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New magnetic nanocooling technology decreases the environmental impact of cooling and avoids side effects of magnetic fields on electronics

Researchers from the University of Cambridge, UK, and CICnanoGUNE in Spain have developed new cooling technology for the thermal management of computer chips and other miniaturized devices. It utilizes materials that change temperature when exposed to magnetic fields.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge, UK, and CICnanoGUNE in Spain have developed new cooling technology for the thermal management of computer chips and other miniaturized devices. It utilizes materials that change temperature when exposed to magnetic fields. Materials just 20 nm thick and ...

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