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2011-03-31 New state of matter proposed for superconductivity
Researchers say that a separate state of matter exists at temperatures above the superconducting state
2013-06-04 Iridium reveals superconductivity features
Researchers at Riken Centre for Emergent Matter Science focused on a compound based on iridium that highlights certain unconventional superconducting capabilities.
2006-07-10 High-temp superconductivity study progresses
Researchers reported that they are closer to understanding the mechanism behind high-temperature superconductivity.
2013-07-16 Understanding electron pairing in magnetic semiconductors
Researchers measured the energy required for electrons to pair up and how that energy varies with direction, and identified the factors needed for magnetically mediated superconductivity.
2014-08-08 Spin-polarised probing visually renders magnetism
Researchers used a spin-polarised scanning tunnelling microscope for atomic-scale imaging of magnetic structures!expected to reveal new aspects of high-temperature superconductivity.
2010-08-12 Inhomogeneities in electron density enhance superconduction
Researchers at the US Energy Department's Oak Ridge National Laboratory working on room-temp superconductivity provide an explanation for the enhanced superconductivity of some materials in relation to others.
2005-08-16 Big step to high-temperature superconductors
Rapid progress with ultracold superfluid gases over the past year has physicists confident that a full explanation of high-critical-temperature superconductivity is just around the corner.
2011-04-06 Atomic superconductor to enable ultra-precise gyroscopes
NIST researchers have learned that gases cooled to near absolute zero can condense into a superfluid that can be launched around a ring to show perpetual motion, enabling ultra-precise gyroscopes.
2008-03-25 Super-compressed silane superconducts
A Canadian-German research team has reported what they say is the first evidence that superconductivity can occur in a common gaseous hydrogen compound!silane!when compressed to a solid at very high pressure.
2009-03-20 Quantum theory to explain high-temp superconducting
Researchers will attempt to explain high-temperature superconductivity through a theory of quantum phase changes this week during the American Physical Society in Pittsburgh.
2004-09-24 Yale team builds chips for quantum computing
Demonstrating a new paradigm for quantum computing, Yale University researchers have built what they call QED IC to manipulate quantum bits.
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
2002-11-26 Superconducting junctions eyed for quantum computing
Josephson junctions, a superconducting type of transistor, are being investigated as a possible route to scalable quantum computers by a physicist at the University of Michigan.
2011-01-26 SrTiO3 offers multifunction possibilities
Researchers have found a way to create a conductive layer on the surface of strontium titanate that offers the possibility of enabling different functions on a single microelectronic device.
2016-04-13 Room temp superconductors soon to come
Corrected theories by several research groups resulted to improved technology as far as superconductors are concerned. Find out how room-temperature superconductors are being developed in this article.
2011-05-11 Research shows strengths of superconducting FETs
The Brookhaven lab configured a normally insulating copper-oxide material in the same way as the channel of an FET and used molecular beam epitaxy to create an atomically perfect superconducting film.
2016-02-03 Promising 2D material opens path for next-gen spintronics
Researchers from NUS and Yale-NUS College have established the mechanisms for spin motion in molybdenum disulphide (MoS2), an emerging 2D material that shows potential for low-power devices.
2002-09-18 Neutron beam reveals new spin on magnetism
A new type of magnetism that might have applications to quantum computing has been observed in an exotic zincochromite (ZnCrO4) crystal lattice.
2014-12-19 MIT researchers find superconductor law
Researchers at MIT have discovered the law governing thin-film superconductors. This eliminates trial and error for companies making photodetectors that can sense single photons and squids.
2016-05-13 Lego-like electronic bricks redefines 'playing with blocks'
The chrome-plated bricks from Brixo Smart Toys can conduct electricity, integrate active parts such as LED lights, motor blocks, and even sound, light and proximity sensors.
2005-03-16 International team boosts thin films
The United States, Italy and China are cooperating to develop superior thin-film technologies that could endow future devices with properties not possible in today's processing.
2013-12-12 IBM demos complex quantum phenomenon using a plastic film
For the first time, scientists at IBM Research demonstrated Bose-Einstein condensation, using a luminescent polymer similar to the materials in light emitting displays used in many smartphones.
2005-07-06 Dutch scientists build nanoscale superconducting transistor
Scientists from the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft, The Netherlands and Philips Research have developed superconducting transistors based on semiconducting nanometer-scale indium arsenide wires, Philips said early this week (July 4).
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbon!the basis of all organic compounds!seems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors.
2010-09-28 Barium titanate breaks Ohm's law
Certain slightly doped high-purity barium titanate (BT) ceramics do not follow Ohm's Law, researchers report in the journal Applied Physics Letters.
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