Superconductive material can work at high temperatures

03/4/2013 | TechNewsDaily.com

A multilayer superconductor capable of carrying large electric currents in high temperatures is bringing scientists one step closer to developing practical superconductors for medical and technological use. Most superconductors can only operate at extremely cold temperatures, making real-world use impossible; however, the material being developed by a group of scientists led by a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor could change that.

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