IM Rare Earths News in Brief 31 August – 6 September

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 06 September 2013

Fujitsu could bypass rare earths in magnets; Chinese producers’ profits hit

Japanese information technology firm Fujitsu has developed a supercomputer algorithm that the company says could allow permanent magnets to be made without using rare earths.

The algorithm, which simulates the magnetisation reversal in permanent magnets, “opens up new possibilities in the manufacture of electric motors, generators and other devices without...

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