Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research, or KSTAR, scientists have succeeded in sustaining a plasma gas at 100 million kelvin for up to 20 seconds without experiencing significant instabilities. This result is thought to be a significant step forward in the development of a sustainable nuclear fusion reaction. The KSTAR team’s research paper has been published […]

Researchers at Hiroshima University have identified the requirements for the development of new types of extremely low power consumption electric devices. The team is studying thin films made of Chromium-doped (Antimony, Bismuth)2Tellurium3 (Cr-doped (Sb, Bi)2Te3) at extremely low temperatures where an electric current flows around the edge of the film without energy loss owing to […]