An international team of physicists including Jennifer Cano, PhD, of Stony Brook University, has created a new material layered by two structures, forming a superlattice, that at a high temperature is a super-efficient insulator conducting current without dissipation and lost energy. The finding, detailed in a paper published in Nature Physics, could be the basis […]

A team of experts led by Chang-Beom Eom, the Harvey D. Spangler Distinguished Professor of materials science and engineering and physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with colleagues at the Florida State University and the University of Michigan has artificially engineered a unique multi-layer material that could lead to breakthroughs in both superconductivity research and […]