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Harvard scientists use trilayer graphene to observe more robust superconductivity

Harvard scientists use trilayer graphene to observe more robust superconductivity

“The more we understand, the better we have chance to increase the superconducting transition temperatures,” said Kim. Most superconductors today, including the double layered graphene structure, work only at ultracold temperatures. These superconductors are considered the holy grail of condensed matter…

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Turbulence trouble

Turbulence trouble

They hope to revolutionise inertial sensors, which continually calculate position and velocity to aid in the navigation of aircraft, submarines, ships, spacecraft and even smartphones. Although the quote is almost certainly fictional, it captures the sheer frustration many physicists feel about turbulence: the complex, chaotic, unpredictable flows in fluids….

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