Ten days after the already-skeptical scientific community tried recreating a new superconductor that operates at room temperature under standard atmospheric pressure, known as “LK-99,” but all failed, yet another so-called ‘revolutionary’ material has sparked a frenzy after a research paper about new techniques for mass production was released.

On Thursday, the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) announced the development of a new technology that can mass-produce “MXene,” an inorganic compound that “has high electrical conductivity and can be combined with various metal compounds, making it a material that can be used in various industries such as semiconductors, electronic devices, and sensors.