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Scientists are hunting for the high-temperature superconductor that could revolutionize electronics, and new research takes us one step closer.

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Physicists Discover Tantalising New Properties of Uranium Compounds, Including Superconductivity
https://www.sciencealert.com/new-uranium-hydrides-created-high-temperature-superconductors?perpetual=yes&limitstart=1
“Scientists have experimentally confirmed the existence of strange new uranium compounds - and they predict some could even achieve superconductivity close to room temperature.”

Superconductors to Wire a Smarter Grid
https://www.technologyreview.com/s/416253/superconductors-to-wire-a-smarter-grid/
“A proposed hub for connecting the three independent electricity grids that span the continental United States could make it easier to ramp up production of renewable electricity.”

Explainer: What Is A Superconductor?
https://www.iflscience.com/physics/explainer-what-superconductor/
“On a microscopic level the electrons in a superconductor behave very differently from those in a normal metal. Superconducting electrons pair together, allowing them to travel with ease from one end of a material to another. The effect is a bit like a priority commuter lane on a busy motorway.”
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