Today@UNL | Tsymbal helps discover new class of materials; 'KRNU Sessions' launch today

The UNL research team involved in the discovery includes (left) Evgeny Tsymbal, Yong Wang (now at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Wash.) and J.D. Burton. In the background is a portion of the Holland Computing Center supercomputer.
The UNL research team involved in the discovery includes (left) Evgeny Tsymbal, Yong Wang (now at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Wash.) and J.D. Burton. In the background is a portion of the Holland Computing Center supercomputer.

New class of materials discovered; could boost computer memory

An international team of scientists, including UNL physicist Evgeny Tsymbal, has discovered a new class of materials that could prove to be very useful in developing new methods of creating computer memory. The findings were published in the Sept. 18 issue of Nature Communications. Continue reading…

Be a part of #UNL24 on Sept. 24

#UNL24 on Sept. 24One day at UNL involves more than 24,000 students, each one with a unique story. On Monday, Sept. 24, students, alumni, faculty and staff can post to social media with the hashtag #UNL24 to share their story as part of project to tell the collective story of 24 hours of life at UNL. Continue reading…

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Originally published September 19, 2012 - Submit an Item