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Vice-President (Research)'s Picks: Breakthrough in Understanding Quantum Metals

Vice-President (Research)'s Picks:
Breakthrough in Understanding Quantum Metals

The “high-temperature” superconductivity of metals holds great promise for enabling highly efficient energy transportation, but it requires extremely cold temperatures that are currently too costly and energy-intensive to replicate. A better understanding of quantum critical metals themselves is needed. New research from Dr Meng Zi Yang in the Department of Physics and his collaborators takes us closer to overcoming this challenge.

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