Mark Goldes Discusses Room Temperature Superconductors

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Room-Temperature Superconductors? Mark Goldes joins us as the founder & CEO of Room Temperature Superconductors, Inc.– the world’s first manufacturer of polymer-based room-temperature superconducting materials. These materials will revolutionize electronics in the 21st century, and Goldes provides in-depth analysis.

Goldes is the founder and CEO of ROOTS, which has invested several million dollars in developing a process for a polymer-based material which exhibits the properties of very high electrical conductivity & current-carrying capacity, as well as the absence of resistive heating at peak load capacity. Goldes comments on the success achieved in their development process, as well their ongoing efforts to refine the manufacturing process for commercial viability.