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SQUID Axion Detector Featured in IEEE Spectrum

May 9, 2014 (HP77).  The IEEE Spectrum, the popular IEEE magazine for IEEE members, published recently an article “Getting on Dark Matter’s Wavelength” by Rachel Courtland, which in the free-access online form has the title “The Hunt for the Invisible Axion”.  The article includes a popular description of the microwave SQUID detector invented by Michael Mück and developed in John Clarke’s group at UC Berkeley (see the video of John’s Josephson lecture at ASC 2012, SNF No. 26).  We note that IEEE Spectrum is beginning to more frequently cover various applications of superconductivity, including those in science.

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