A discussion is presented of three recent papers describing a breakthrough in superconductivity in electron doped KTaO3 and SrTiO3. In their pristine (undoped) form these materials are band insulators with a 3 eV gap. At room temperature they have the cubic perovskite structure and both materials are close to a ferroelectric instability. Upon doping with a very low density of electrons they become superconducting. Recent papers demonstrate a factor of 5 increase of the highest known Tc in this class of materials, by creating interfaces of KTaO3 with LaAlO3 and EuO.