A collaboration between QMC, NIST and the National High Magnetic Field Lab (NHMFL) has produced evidence for a rare phenomenon called re-entrant superconductivity in the material uranium ditelluride, a nearly ferromagnetic superconductor recently discovered in the Center. The team used the facilities of NHMFLto expose UTe2 samples to ultra-high magnetic fields as high as 65 Teslas as a function of field strength, angle orientation and temperature, uncovering yet another superconducting phase that is destroyed and then revived as a function of magnetic field. It was a record-busting performance for a superconductor and marked the first time two field-induced superconducting phases have been found in the same compound. The work is now published in Nature Physics, and reviewed here.