It would seem that a group of ESA funded scientists have found a way to generate "large" amounts of artificial gravity. Note that "large" is a bit of a misnomer here-they only generated a gravitational field of about one ten-thousandth of earth's gravity, but this is only the first experimental setup.
According to General Relativity, a spinning superconductor will generate a small-very small- gravitational field. Because of this, when the effect was measured, it wasn't surprising that it was there. It was, however, surprising that it was measurable. The generated effect is on the order of 10^20 (100,000,000,000,000,000,000) times greater than it should have been!
What will become of this new technology? Do you think artificial gravity will ever be feasable, even(or especially) with room-temp superconductors(and the way that superconductors with higher critical temps have been popping up lately, that development seems almost certain)?