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Physics Nobel Awarded For Topological Study Of Weird Matter
Three physicists share the prize
The Weird Ways Of Superfluid Helium
As helium is cooled to lower and lower temperatures, greater and greater fractions of it demonstrate quantum effects.
Superconductor Traps The Strongest Magnetic Field Yet
A 17.6-tesla field contained in a bar the length of a human thumb
What We Saw at the World Science Festival: Quantum Levitation
An unearthly demonstration of the eternal feud between superconductivity and magnetism
NIST’s Quantum Simulator Mimics Hundreds of Qubits Interacting
In a case that’s somewhat chicken-and-egg, one of the many reasons computer scientists and physicists are pursuing a working quantum...
Your Guide to the Best Superconducting Wines
Red wine can efficiently turn iron compounds into superconductors, a finding Japanese researchers stumbled upon at a boozy party last...
Researchers Turn Hydrogen Gas Into Metal
Depending on your definition of 'metal'
Super-Dense Forms of Carbon Could Out-Sparkle the Shiniest Diamond
Girls might just have a new best friend. Diamonds are commonly known as one of the hardest (and shiniest) rocks...
Clouds of ‘Impenetrable Gas’ Bounce Off Each Other Like Solids
Strange gases could model processes in neutron stars
Warm Superconductors’ Weird Behavior Could Indicate a New Phase of Matter
While studying the weird behavior of high-temperature superconductors, scientists may have found a new phase of matter, separate from solid,...