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Let the Science talk | Issue 7 - Nanoscale mechanics of antiferromagnetic domain walls

Issue #7 | Nanoscale Mechanics of antiferroagnetic domain walls

The team led by Dr. Aurore Finco observed for the first time topological defects in multiferroic antiferromagnets at room temperature using Qnami Quantilevers.
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Let the science talk Issue 6 - Topological defects in multiferroic antiferromagnets

Issue #6 | Topological defects in multiferroic antiferromagnets

The team led by Dr. Aurore Finco observed for the first time topological defects in multiferroic antiferromagnets at room temperature using Qnami Quantilevers.
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Let the science talk - Issue #5 | exotic antiferromagnetic spin textures in multiferroics

Issue #5 | Exotic spin textures in bismuth ferrite

With its excellent mechanical and thermal stability, Qnami ProteusQ enabled to study complex spin textures micron-sized single domains designed by piezoresponse force microscopy.
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Let the science talk - Issue #4 | Antiferromagnetic Magnetoelectric RAM

Issue #4 | Antiferromagnetic magnetoeletric RAM

With the scanning NV magnetometer Qnami ProteusQ, you can apply voltages to magnetoelectric RAM devices to switch antiferromagnetic domains.
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Let the science talk - Issue #3 | electrical currents imaged at the nanoscale

Issue #3 | Electrical currents imaged at the nanoscale

Qnami Scanning NV magnetometer, ProteusQ, allows to resolve electrical currents with unprecedented spatial resolution. It can be used as a tool for failure analysis.
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Let the science talk - Issue #2 | Long decay length magnons in multiferroics

Issue # 2 | Long decay length magnons in multiferroics

Qnami ProteusQ scanning NV magnetometer enables researchers to study long decay lenght magnons in multiferroics heterostructures for the first time.
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Let the science talk - Issue #1 | Weak magnetic defects in nanowires

Issue #1 | Weak Magnetic defects in nanowires

ProteusQ enabled researchers to reveal nanoscopic weak magnetic defects in magnetic nanowires over large areas in ambient conditions.
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