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29 January 2020

From Material to Superconducting Magnet

Ernesto Bosque is helping to develop a promising superconductor into tomorrow's powerful electromagnets.

Bosque, a physicist at the National MagLab, studies a high-temperature superconductor called Bi-2212 (or BSCCO) and how to develop the compound into wires for use in strong research magnets. He explains his work in two interviews: one for the general public (with MagLab staffer Tiffany Ritter) and one for scientists (with MagLab engineer Tom Painter).


Find out more about Ernesto's research.

Last modified on 30 January 2020