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Superconductor is Virtually Immune to Magnetism

Superconductor is Virtually Immune to Magnetism

Frank Hunte, a postdoctoral associate at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory’s Applied Superconductivity Center has discovered surprising magnetic properties in new superconductors that suggest they may have very powerful applications allowing for dramatically faster computers free of the burden ...

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New ‘Super Paper’ Stronger than Cast Iron

New ‘Super Paper’ Stronger than Cast Iron

Recently a group of researchers in Sweden and Japan reported the development of a new type of paper that resists breakage when pulled apart almost as well as that of cast iron. Composed of sub-microscopic particles of cellulose, this material, ...

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