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Can You Be Too Perfect?

Striving to be faultless can foster failure—or drive success—depending on the type of perfectionist you are

August 5, 2009 — Emily Laber-Warren

An Iron Key to High-Temperature Superconductivity?

The discovery that compounds known as iron pnictides can superconduct at 50 degrees above absolute zero has reignited physicists' quest for better high-temperature superconductors, and may offer clues to unlocking a 20-year mystery...

August 5, 2009 — Graham P. Collins
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