A new kind of fuel cell that can turn urine into electricity could revolutionize the way we produce bioenergy particularly in developing countries The research published in Electrochimica Acta describes a new design of microbial ... - Read More
Molecules are composed of atoms that maintain specific intervals and angles between one another However the shape of a molecule can change for example through proximity to other molecules external forces and excitations and also ... - Read More
New research offers a new framework for understanding reactions in organic chemistry The team made up of five Korean scientists and experts from the IBS Center for Soft and Living Matter the Korea Advanced Institute ... - Read More
even during the initial fabrication process So Polak worked on this part of the backpack its payload region To stop the premature release of the drug she trapped it in liposomes tiny bubbles that have ... - Read More
New scanning technology which will give a much clearer picture of lung disease has taken a major step forward thanks to scientists at The University of Nottingham The experts at the Sir Peter Mansfield Imaging ... - Read More
Since August 2012 Thomas Manz Chemical and Materials Engineering assistant professor at New Mexico State University and Ph D student Bo Yang have worked to develop a new more efficient selective oxidation catalyst Our new ... - Read More
Released 9 Feb 2016 10 00 AM ESTEmbargo expired 12 Feb 2016 12 05 AM ESTSource Newsroom Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health more news from this source Add to Favorites Contact Information Available ... - Read More
Released 11 Feb 2016 2 05 PM ESTSource Newsroom Arizona State University Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations Nature CommunicationsFeb 12 2016 Living systems rely on a dizzying variety ... - Read More
Fuel cells generate electrical energy through a chemical reaction of hydrogen and oxygen To obtain clean energy the splitting of water into its components of hydrogen and oxygen is critical Researchers at the University of ... - Read More
How information is transferred from biological molecules to crystalline surfaces could pave the way for the development of new drugs and other synthetic materials New research published today in Nature Chemistry explains how biological molecules ... - Read More
Using a new synthesis procedure developed at TU Wien it is now possible to produce the extremely resistant material polyimide in the form of angular particles for the first time Polyimides withstand extreme heat and ... - Read More
A persistent controversy in catalysts for fuel cells has just been solved by a team of researchers from the Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences at the University of Tsukuba The oxygen reduction reaction is ... - Read More
To understand what goes on inside a beehive you can't just study the activity of a single bee Likewise to understand the photosynthetic light harvesting that takes place inside the chloroplast of a leaf you ... - Read More
Released 20 Jan 2016 11 05 AM ESTSource Newsroom University of Illinois at Chicago more news from this source Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations NatureJan 23 2016 Lithium ... - Read More
The Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw has just unveiled two new catalysts developed in close cooperation with the Jagiellonian University in Cracow and the Jan Kochanowski University in ... - Read More
Rice University scientists using an efficient metal free process have synthesized dozens of small molecule catalysts tools that promise to speed the making of novel chemicals including drugs The lab of synthetic chemist László Kürti ... - Read More
Released 23 Nov 2015 1 20 PM ESTSource Newsroom SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory more news from this source Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations H Li et al Nature ... - Read More
a problem when trying to heal surgical incisions To override batroxobin's tendency to disperse the researchers paired it with sticky nanofibers to make the enzyme stay put The therapy which was tested on rats treated ... - Read More
that can grow stronger or weaker over time But now scientists report in ACS' journal Nano Letters the development of a first of its kind synthetic synapse that mimics the plasticity of the real thing ... - Read More
and remembered it from previous experiments dealing with something totally different ” “Many of science’s great findings are serendipitous ” Yu adds “Our story shows why it’s so important for society to support basic science ... - Read More
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