Where do you expect Bose-Einstein condensates to be useful, and where do you see a danger from them?If it was possible to produce enough ultracooled material in the Bose-Einstein condensate state,
that might help to reduce the size of some reactor parameters.
The trouble with that is you probably need a massive and dangerous industrial plant to make enough of it.
Every publication, every conference, every other meeting has that.It is the kind of summary that reflects real work done by serious and dedicated researchers, stuff that is rarely seen any more.
Quenches are a necessary part of the commissioning - you need them to improve the maximal field strength of coils.
I don't the field strength Lockheed wants to use.