Magnetic Levitation in the News

Magnetic levitation: New material offers potential for unlocking gravity-free technology
Researchers at the Quantum Machines Unit at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) are studying levitating materials—substances that can remain suspended in a stable position without ... continued..
Magnetic levitation breakthrough unlocks gravity-free technology
OIST researchers create a levitating platform using magnetic levitation, promising ultra-sensitive future sensors. continued..
Scientists show off gravity-defying breakthrough in magnetic levitation research
Researchers may have unlocked the potential for gravity-free technology. A new study published in Applied Physics Letters highlights how researchers have made huge breakthroughs in … The post ... continued..
Graphite platform levitates without power
Magnetic levitation is used to float everything from lightbulbs to trains, with varying levels of success, but usually it requires a power source. Now, scientists in Japan have developed a way to make ... continued..
The world’s most advanced long-term artificial heart is on the cusp of implantation
Using magnetic levitation technology, the world's first long-term artificial heart won't wear out, age or break. It's small enough for ... continued..
Magnets: How Tiny Forces Are Shaping Entire Industries
Discover how magnets are reshaping industries in the UK, from healthcare to renewable energy. Explore applications driving efficiency and sustainability. continued..
The Magnetic Twist: Hybrid Superconductors Unlock Quantum Computing Potential
An international team including researchers from the University of Würzburg has succeeded in creating a special state of superconductivity. This discovery could advance the development of quantum ... continued..
Nano-Positioning System Based On Motion Control via Magnetic Levitation
Magnetic Levitation Nanopositioning Stage w/ 6DOF Control | Technology Demonstrator. Magnetic levitation nanopositioning stage with 6DOF control. Video Credit: PI (Physik Instrumente) LP The core ... continued..
Innovative magnetic levitation: New material offers potential for unlocking gravity-free technology
The most common type of levitation occurs through magnetic fields. Objects such as superconductors or diamagnetic materials (materials repelled by a magnetic field) can be made to float above ... continued..

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