AL.com: New Hope-based Correlated Magnetics Research’s ‘amazing and slightly spooky’ magnets get attention (Video)

NEW HOPE, Alabama ‘ In only five years, New Hope-based Correlated Magnetics Research, which creates programmable magnets, has acquired 79 patents for an innovative product that can change “polarity and strength on a whim.”

The magnets got international exposure recently on TechCrunch’s website, which draws more than 12 million unique visitors and 37 million page views each month. East Coast Editor John Biggs, who has written for The New York Times, USA Weekend, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Money and other media, featured CMR’s magnets on TechCrunch’s gadgets site earlier this month. Read Article (includes video)