Superconductivity record sparks wave of follow-up physics : Nature News & Comment

Record-Breaking Superconductor Works At Highest Temperature Yet

Hydrogen sulfide — the compound responsible for the smell of rotten eggs — conducts electricity with zero resistance at a record high temperature of 203 kelvin (–70 °C), reports a paper published today in Nature1.

Record-Breaking Superconductor Works At Highest Temperature Yet

Shinishi Nomura | Front Line Research at MEIJI | Meiji University

Meiji University is one of the best universities in Japan and has the history for 130 years. It has three campuses located in Tokyo, the central of Japan. On the basis of its fundamental principle

The revolution in superconducting transition temperatures

The revolution in superconducting transition temperatures

コンパクトで高性能なSQUID-脳磁界計測装置を開発

コンパクトで高性能なSQUID-脳磁界計測装置を開発

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