Czech researchers from the Academy of Science have taken part in a discovery which could dramatically increase the speed of saving computer data. Scientists have come up with a special crystal whose magnetic reactions prompted by electricity lend itself to electronic data storage. That use still has to be worked on and fine-tuned. Study results from the initial research have been unveiled in the latest edition of the magazine Science.
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