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Superconductive Components, Inc. Elects Vice President-Research & Engineering

CONTACT:
Daniel Rooney
President and CEO
(614) 486-0261

Robert Lentz
Robert A. Lentz and Associates, Inc.
(614) 876-2000

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- May 10, 2004 -- Superconductive Components, Inc. (OTCBB: SCCI) today announced the Board of Directors elected Scott Campbell, Ph.D. Vice President-Research & Engineering, effective immediately. Since joining Superconductive Components, Inc. in July 2002, Dr. Campbell has served as Technical Director with responsibilities for the Company's research and development programs and manufacturing scale-up in conjunction with product commercialization.

Dan Rooney, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President, commented, "We are pleased to appoint Dr. Campbell to this new position. It reflects his contributions to the Company during the past two years and the importance we place on research and engineering activities. Scott was also instrumental in the Company's successful efforts regarding the Phase 1 & II Department of Development SBIR award and the Ohio Department of Development Third Frontier Action Fund grant during this period.

Prior to joining the Company, Dr. Campbell was Senior Research Manager at Oxynet, Inc. (Columbus, Ohio) for five years. He managed two programs dedicated to commercialization of medical oxygen concentrators and high purity nitrogen gas de-oxygenation devices from licensed technology. From 1991-1997, Dr. Campbell was Senior Staff Scientist, Corporate Research, at AlliedSignal, Inc., now Honeywell, Inc., where he managed programs directed toward developing enabling and focus technologies for the company's business units. His achievements included two of the four patents he has been awarded during his professional career. Dr. Campbell also held engineering and scientific positions with other technology-based companies from 1983-1991.

Dr. Campbell earned his Ph.D., Metallurgy, from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1997. In addition, he earned M.S. and B.S., Ceramic Engineering, degrees from The Ohio State University in 1983 and 1980, respectively. He is a member of the American Ceramic Society.

Superconductive Components, Inc. operates through SCI Engineered Materials and manufactures advanced ceramics such as superconductors, ferroelectric and optical materials for use in wire, cable, batteries, wireless and fiber optics systems. The company also provides materials for thin film applications used in photovoltaics, electronic switches, hardness and decorative coatings. The company is a global materials supplier with clients in more than 40 countries. Additional information is available at http://www.sciengineeredmaterials.com.

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