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CSIC and UAB will build the most advanced superconductor cable for electricity network
Date:1/7/2008

of the UAB team of researchers and works in collaboration with ICREA researcher Du-Xing Chen. Both teams of researchers are working on new superconductor materials, projects that were recently approved by the Nanoselect programme from Ingenio 2010-Consolider, coordinated by ICMAB-CSIC. These research projects are the most significant response from the Spanish Government to the decades of underdevelopment in research in our country, and include the combined force of over sixty researchers with the objective of improving their competitiveness at international level.

The Novare Prizes by ENDESA were awarded first in 2005 and aim to promote different R&D&I activities in scientific areas related to technology and innovation strategies in businesses. The SUPERCABLE project was awarded the prize in Energy Efficiency, while the other three prizes were awarded to projects from Italy, Chile and Seville. A total of forty proposals were sent from ten different countries.


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