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American Ceramic Society: Introducing the Bulletin Archive Online—A complete digital library of ceramic and glass expertise dating back to 1922

American Ceramic Society: Introducing the Bulletin Archive Online—A complete digital library of ceramic and glass expertise dating back to 1922. “The American Ceramic Society is excited to announce that the entire library of past ACerS Bulletin issues—97 volumes, dating all the way back to 1922—is now available online in a fully searchable and downloadable Bulletin Archive Online digital database…. 77 more words

New Resources

Superconductors Market Share, Analysis, Industry Demand and Forecasts Report to 2022

The Report “Global Superconductors Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application” covers the manufacturers’ data, detailed view about regions and countries of the world; which demonstrates a regional development status, volume and value, including market size, as well as price data. 280 more words

Chemical & Materials

Muhammad Shah Jahan, PhD

Title: Professor
Company: Physics Department, University of Memphis
Location: Memphis, Tennessee, United States

Muhammad Shah Jahan, PhD, Professor at University of Memphis, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Physics.

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Science Education

Global Superconductors Market size, Industry Analysis, Market Share, Growth, Forecast 2012-2018

MarketResearchReports.Biz presents this most up-to-date research on “Superconductors Market – Global industry Analysis, Market Share, Size, Growth, and Forecast, 2012 – 2018”

​The objective of this report is to define, describe, and forecast the market on the basis of type, application, medical condition, and region. 800 more words

Room temperature superconductors

Right now, the entire world is operating on wires, basic technology used to transfer electricity. They are considered to be good conductors, just not the best. 354 more words

Ideas

Room-Temperature Superconductivity (RTSC) ACHIEVED: Tc = 28 °C = 301 K = 83 °F

NOTE:  The information, re-published from Superconductors.ORG (below) on The Disruptive Edge, is ENTIRELY the property of E. Joe Eck, and is intended for educational purposes only.   806 more words

Tech

Theory for Attaining Near-Light Speed Just Published: Electromagnetic Superconducting Hyperaccelerator

Yesterday, on the 70th Anniversary of the Roswell Event, I wrote and published this:

Superconducting Electromagnetic Hyperaccelerator

This device can theoretically be used to accelerate craft, composed primarily of electromagnetic material to extreme velocities, quite possible Near-Light Speed. 368 more words