Powering the century of superconductivity

Transformative superconducting technology for humanity

Superconductors are materials with fascinating and incredibly useful properties. They can conduct electric current with zero resistance, levitate by expelling magnetic fields, and generate immensely powerful magnetic fields.

Until recently, all superconducting technology required extremely cold temperatures to operate. We have discovered new materials that make superconductivity at near-ambient conditions finally possible. These remarkable materials hold the power to propel industries forward, fostering innovation, enhancing efficiency, and promoting sustainability.

In this century, superconductors may enable huge advances in microelectronics, reshape how we travel, deliver abundant clean energy, and unleash human potential globally.

World-changing applications

Practical superconductors have the potential to transform the world, ushering in incredible inventions never thought possible. The applications of this discovery unlock massive innovation in key industries.


Abundant, affordable, and clean energy

Superconducting magnets that don’t need cooling could significantly reduce the energy used by fusion reactors and may allow higher magnetic confinement, making them viable much faster than previously thought possible. Superconducting wires could enable lossless energy transmission and storage, saving billions on power generation and greatly reducing carbon emissions.

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Quantum electronics

Smashing through the performance-per-Watt barrier

Processors with superconducting circuits could be faster without dissipating energy as heat. This would slash cooling costs at server farms and make high-performance computing far more accessible and sustainable. Portable devices would enjoy significantly extended battery life.

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Enabling the clean transportation of the future

Superconducting frictionless bearings and motors would bring astonishing efficiencies and accelerate electrification in transportation. Electric boats and airplanes could become ubiquitous, and superconducting levitation could propel a new generation of Maglev trains.

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We can now harness the properties of superconductors at near-ambient conditions.

We have a record of revolutionary breakthroughs

Our team includes world-leading experts in high-pressure physics, quantum materials, and novel material discovery, all with an established record of pushing the envelope in their fields.

First observation of metallic hydrogen at high pressure, one of the ‘holy grails’ of physics
495 GPa
First observation of room temperature superconductivity in carbonaceous sulphur hydride
288 K at 270 GPa
Synthesis of first binary compound superconducting at close to the freezing point of water
262 K at 180 GPa
First observation of room-temperature superconductivity at low pressure
294 K at 20 GPa
Successful tuning of superconductivity in carbonaceous sulphur hydride
260 K at 130 GPa
Discovery of reddmatter, the first near-ambient-conditions superconductor
294 K at 1 GPa

From the lab to changing lives

Our team of scientists, technologists, and operators are embarking on a large-scale collaboration at the frontiers of science. We are working to tune superconducting materials for specific applications, scale up manufacturing processes, and deliver this technology to the innovators who will transform our lives.

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