New July case study tells the story of the superconducting wire for the CERN particle accelerator.
Copper has been interwoven with the story of humanity’s progress for centuries.
Essential to modern living, it delivers electricity and clean water into our homes and cities, and makes an important contribution to sustainable development. More than that, it is essential to life itself.
Copper’s unique properties make it the material of choice for many professions seeking to create solutions for applications in extreme environments too.
In a new campaign, designed for a public curious to understand the secrets behind the innovations required to operate successfully in such environments, we have selected a series of case studies unveiling the roles that copper plays when things get tough.
Under the hashtag #gocopper, the campaign kicked off with five stories, and is updated every month with a new case that we hope you’ll find interesting.
Click here to read the case study.