James R. Powell

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James R. Powell is an American physicist notable — together with Dr. Gordon Danby — for his work on superconducting Maglev, for which he shared the Franklin Institute "Medal 2000 for Engineering".[1][2]

He also has worked on pebble-bed nuclear reactor.[3] He is a lead developer of the StarTram proposal.