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A team of researchers from the University of Rochester think they have found the holy grail of energy transmission. And in the next decade, it could change how we use our personal gadgets, medical devices and the energy grid.

WSJ science reporter Aylin Woodward joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss this new superconductor.

Photo: Lauren Petracca for The Wall Street Journal

0:00 Could there be a superconductor that works outside of extreme cold or pressure?
0:49 A team at the University of Rochester discovers a potential new kind of superconductor
3:06 Why it could be cheaper to use this new energy conductor
4:31 What are some practical applications of a readily usable, cheaper superconductor?
5:18 Could efficient superconductors change renewable energy?

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