Has the key to room temperature superconductivity been found?

Nothing to do with project, program, portfolio, leadership, or any or type of management.  Just a very cool potential advance in superconductivity, which I’ve followed for years (here).  Cambridge researchers have been able to peer inside superconducting materials, which apparently was an issue.  As the lead author notes:

An experimental difficulty in the past has been accessing the underlying microscopics of the system once it begins to superconduct. Superconductivity throws a manner of ‘veil’ over the system, hiding its inner workings from experimental probes.

Now we can directly observe the location and characteristics of the structures — so-called “doped holes” — that support room temperature superconductivity. 

Superconductivity holds great potential for energy conservation (here), so practical applications of advances in this field won’t go begging.

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