Researchers created a magnetic field-moving material by mixing rare lutetium with hydrogen and nitrogen.
Scientists say superconducting material works at high and low temps for useful uses.
Scientists have sought it for nearly a century, making it a triumph.
This element can change energy generation and transfer.
After mixing, the mixture was heated for two to three days.
Professor Ranga Dias' team says fusion needs superconducting consumer devices, energy transfer lines, transit, and magnetic containment.
He also believes that humankind is not in the modern superconducting era.
The material would enable the power transmission grids to supply electricity without wasting millions of megawatt hours
The researchers have named it "red matter" owing to its colour and assent from Star Trek