Scientists create a new kind of superconducting son

An anonymous reader writes: Israeli scientists have used technology created in a U.S. lab funded national research to create a new kind of spun yarn from sapphire crystals, which is a far better driver than the son of traditional copper. The research could have profound implications for renewable energy generation because many are in remote locations. It could help bring more electricity from renewable sources for cities.




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