Building a Breakthrough, Atom by Atom

Building a Breakthrough, Atom by Atom

Video Quantum Materials 06.07.2017

CIFAR Associate Fellow Jennifer Hoffman shares her research goals in this video produced in partnership with Research2Reality. From striving to build a superconductor that works at room temperature to looking for new properties between materials, to developing a form of 3D printing with atoms, Hoffman’s vision is nothing but forward-thinking.

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