May 30, 2012: High-temperature superconductivity starts with nanoscale electronic oases.  J.C. Séamus Davis, the J.G. White Distinguished Professor in the Physical Sciences, and Kavli Institute at Cornell Member, has for the first time observed how a high-temperature superconductor evolves as its chemical composition is modified. The research was reported May 20 in the online edition of the journal Nature Physics.  Cornell Chronicle, May 30, 2012.

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