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Physicists Demonstrate Exotic Superconductivity With Possible Implications for Quantum Computing
MIT physicists and colleagues have demonstrated an exotic form of superconductivity in a new material the team synthesized only about a year ago. Although predicted in the 1960s, until now...
November 18, 2021
“Magic-angle” Trilayer Graphene May be a Rare, Magnet-Proof Superconductor
MIT physicists have observed signs of a rare type of superconductivity in a material called magic-angle twisted trilayer graphene. In a study appearing in Nature, the researchers report that the...
July 26, 2021
A First: Room Temperature Superconductivity Has Been Achieved
Room-temperature superconductivity has been achieved for the first time Read More… + In a paper published today in Nature, researchers report achieving room-temperature superconductivity in a compound containing hydrogen, sulfur,...
October 15, 2020
What Makes Graphene So Superconductive and Artistic? Twistronics.
What Makes Graphene So Superconductive and Artistic? Twistronics. When Magic Is Seen in Twisted Graphene, That’s a Moiré Excerpts and salient points ~ + Superconductivity is a state that exhibits...
June 25, 2019