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(Gizmag)   Scientists now using light to manipulate high-temp superconductors. With pic of that creepy neighbor who lives across the street from you and stares at you until you get uncomfortable   ( gizmag.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, superconductivity, Nature Nanotechnology, liquid helium, Department of Physics, electrical resistance, magnetic resonance imaging, high-temperature superconductors, absolute zero  
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