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Advantage of Titanium Eye-wares

No one can deny the fact that Titanium is one of the superior metals which is extraordinarily light weight with its high corrosion resistant property.
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Scientists Improve the Properties of Nanotubes using a Simple Doping Method

Scientists improve the utility of doped carbon in various nanotechnologies and a flexible electron including silicon hybrid energy cells.
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Perovskite Power Cells Could Revolutionize the Solar Energy Market

Hybrid perovskites are an exciting development for solar energy research.
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Solar jet: Kerosene from the Sun

The process to obtain the fuel involves using concentrated sunlight to change a mixture of water and carbon dioxide into a ‘synthesis gas’ (syngas).
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Affordable Bio Energy for the Future

Bio fuels are a product of forestry or agricultural waste. They are more preferred due to the fact that they do not interfere with the resources that go in hand with food crop production.
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Breast Cancer Treatment with Gold Nanoparticles

Using very tiny gold particles (more than a thousand sizes smaller than the width of a strand of human hair) that have tails of synthetic DNA will be able to detect the presence of cancer cells in the body and even measure the amount present.
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Natural Clotting Versus Synthetic Clotting

It will now be easier for wounds to heal as a result of clotting that occurs naturally thanks to the synthetic collagen invention by Rice University.
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Nanobees Hold The Key To Saving Food Supply

Nanobees have been used in cancer treatment, and the same can be explored with food supply.
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Rare Earth Metals Extraction from the Sea Floor Gets Easier

Economists and geologists have already warned that the world may be running out of crucial and critical earth metals required for manufacture of different substances.
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Non-Ferrous Metals Industrial Demand

non-ferrous metals are those that do not contain any iron and therefore non-magnetic and more resistant to corrosion when exposed to moisture.
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Finding Room At The Bottom - History Of Nanotechnology And Nano Materials

With growing financial viability and ever more sophisticated engineering processes we're most certainly nearing a true nanotech revolution on a global scale.
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Sanitary Valves, Sanitary Fittings - Sanitary Valves Supplier

Recent announcements by the United States Food and Drug Administration have been recorded for the Food Safety Modernization Act, FSMA, concerning implementation of a timeline for alterations of existing policies.
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Graphene Ushers in a New Wave of Super-Fast Electronics

One of the proposed uses for graphene is the construction of super-fast transistors. This is due to its ability of conducting electrons at near the speed of light.
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Low-cost Nanotechnology Water Filters

A possible solution to tackle water purification problems has been exhibited by a group of researchers in India who created nanotechnology based water purification.
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Copper Nanoparticles Could Protect Food from Bacteria

Copper is an element long valued for its antibiotic properties and can be used to shield from bacteria which prowl everywhere including fresh foods, air filters to toilet sits.
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Sweet Nylon Clothes in the Offing

A sustainable and greener solution to convert sugar into adipic acid using their “patented catalytic technology” has been found.
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New Star Discovered – Coldest Yet Close To the Sun

A brown dwarf, aptly named due to them being a cross between a huge planet and a small star, begin their life journey as stars, a collapsing mass of gas.
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Impurity Size Affects the Working of Superconducting Materials

Impurity Size Affects the Working of Superconducting Materials | Advanced Materials | Scoop.it
A superconductive material is one that is able to sustain electricity without losing any of the energy through leakages.
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Sunlight Generates Hydrogen through Porous Silicon

The process of making porous silicon involves subtraction just like sculpturing whereby you remove all the unnecessary parts to remain with what is needed.
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Scientists Discover Graphene’s Potential Achilles Heel

Graphene materials can be inhaled accidentally or injected in the body for biomedical purposes.
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How Graphene Paint is used to Save Buildings

Graphene can be now used to make paint that will give a new lease of life to dilapidating buildings.
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Nanotechnology Enables Creation of Printable Smart Phones

This center is expected to be a great milestone in the research for nanoplasmic metal funnel and spaser technology which is expected to form the future of small and printable smartphones.
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Sanitary Valves, Sanitary Fittings - Sanitary Valves Supplier

This statement gave birth to new questions that where the shellfish falls if the food requires temperature control and management during their journey from processing/harvesting to availability in the market for consumers.
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Fresno company Helados La Tapatia Inc, California has announced the withdrawal of all their food products after a potential health threat from Listeria bacteria.
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Graphene-based Micro-battery Power Biotelemetry Implants

These micro-batteries made from graphene are considered a breakthrough by many in biotelemetry.
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