A newly developed “spin capacitor” could pave the way for devices that consume less electricity, generate less heat and pack more data into storage that’s smaller than ever before.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in the search for a new, sustainable permanent magnet.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Employability and Placements Team has been recognised with a prestigious national award.
Zlatko Papić has been awarded £993,674 for his research into “Quantum many-body scars: a new paradigm of order amidst quantum chaos”.
Water@Leeds launched the Water Woman Award in partnership with Athena Swan teams at the University. Researchers among environment, engineering and physical sciences were announced as winners.