A brief view into what superconductors are; how they work; the story and research behind them; and what our superconducting future could look like.
A new MIT circuit based on an alternative qubit design promises significantly improved performance through improved error correction capabilities.
As the scientific community seems to have largely settled in that LK-99 isn't the best thing since sliced bread, researchers around the world still find reasons to understand it.
This alleged scientific breakthrough has some new evidence to support its discoverers claims.
An article posted to Nature aims to shed light on the scientific process surrounding the LK-99 replication attempts, and claims a scientific ending to the hype circuit.
Scientists have failed to prove LK-99 is a superconductor but some suggest that adding materials could help.
Researchers in China and India claim the substance is not a superconductor at all. However, there are still plenty of other studies ongoing.
The author of one of the Billibilli videos posted as proof of LK-99's levitation capabilities has admitted that his posting was a hoax.
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