Korea Superconductor Papers Published ‘Without Consent’ – Yonhap

Sukbae Lee, one of the scientists behind the alleged superconductor LK-99, revealed that the claims were being peer-reviewed. The team’s lead researcher, Professor Kwon, was accused of publishing the viral papers without permission from the other authors. Dr Hyun-Tak Kim also criticized the papers, stating they had flaws and were published without permission. Skepticism arose around the data presented in the papers, with some calling it “fishy” and “sloppy.” However, the Korean researchers are working on replicating their findings, and their results are expected to be released soon. The discovery of a room-temperature superconductor would have significant implications for various technologies, from electronics to transportation.


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