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In 2020, Prof. Teruo Ono and his colleagues at Kyoto University reported the very first observation of a magnetically controllable, superconducting diode effect in an artificial superlattice. Their findings, published in Nature, paved the way for other studies aimed at moving towards the fabrication of non-dissipative electronic circuits.

Working in collaboration with Prof. Ono, another research team at Kyoto University in Japan recently carried out a study aimed at better understanding the mechanisms underlying the interesting effect observed two years ago. Their paper, published in Physical Review Letters, hypothesizes the existence of an intrinsic mechanism that could underpin the superconducting diode effect reported in their previous work.

"Our group works in collaboration with Prof. Ono, whose research group performed the pioneering experiment of the bulk superconducting diode effect," Akito Daido, one of the researchers who carried out the study, told Phys.org. "The goal of our recent work was to clarify its mechanism, which was unknown before our study."

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