FSU researchers collaborate with business to develop next-generation superconducting cables

FSU researchers collaborate with business to develop next-generation superconducting cables

Researchers at Florida State University’s Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS), in collaboration with Colorado-based Advanced Conductor Technologies, have demonstrated a new, ready-to-use superconducting cable system — an improvement to superconductor technology that drives the development of technologies such as all-electric ships or airplanes.

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