Scientists Finally Built a Room-Temperature Superconductor

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For the first time, a team of scientists say they’ve built a superconducting material — one that permits the totally unimpeded flow of electricity — that works at room temperature.

It’s been a top goal of physicists for decades, and was long thought to be impossible, MIT Technology Review reports. But now, an ultra-condensed material was able to act as a superconductor at 58 degrees Fahrenheit — the first to work above freezing temperatures — hinting at a world with a lossless energy grid, high-speed levitating trains, and quantum computers that are actually useful.

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