Two QMC teams on the hunt for an unconventional kind of superconductor have produced the most compelling evidence to date that they’ve found one. In a pair of papers published in Science and Nature Communications, the teams of Steve Anlage and Johnpierre Paglione have shown that uranium ditelluride displays many of the hallmarks of a topological superconductor—a material that may unlock new ways to build quantum computers and other futuristic devices. See news story by Dina Genkina.