4 Nov 2015
Physics research paper under spotlight
Within the framework of a research collaboration led by Dr Boris Chesca, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physics at Loughborough, researchers from Loughborough and Nottingham Universities have developed a multi-SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) magnetic sensor that can operate at 77 Kelvin, the boiling temperature of liquid nitrogen.
Their paper published in Applied Physics Letters has been highlighted in a number of press releases by several leading scientific institutions/journals including American Institute of Physics AIP, Spectrum IEEE, Nature and ChemEurope.com.
Click on the publication links above to find out more about Dr Chesca’s pioneering research and the development of the multi-SQUID device.