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Over 100 years after the discovery of superconductivity and nearly 25 years after the identification of high-temperature superconductors, a team of scientists and researchers at University of Oxford and the Max Planck Research Group for Structural Dynamics at the University of Hamburg have developed a superconducting switch using intense terahertz pulses. Further discovery in the subject could open the avenues for ultra-high-speed electronics. Superconductivity is a topic closely associated with physics but given its immense applications in electronics, the need of technological breakthroughs in superconductivity has become the need of hour.

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