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www.Bawnd.com delivers news on global issues that matter, affect our changing world and well being. We also report news on specific developments in the environment, society, renewable energy, living, latest technology and what's trending.
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Newly developed process to process to purify water

Newly developed process to process to purify water | Bawnd | Global Issues That Matter | Scoop.it
Silvia Larumbe-Abuin, a researcher at the Universidad Pública de Navarra developed nanostructures that assist in the process to purify water.
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Graphene helps read painkiller receptors using artificial chemical sensors

Graphene helps read painkiller receptors using artificial chemical sensors | Bawnd | Global Issues That Matter | Scoop.it
By attaching a modified version of this mu-opioid receptor to strips of graphene, researchers have shown a way to mass produce devices that could be useful in drug development and a variety of diagnostic tests.
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Observations of Antarctic Glaciers suggest an unstoppable meltdown

Observations of Antarctic Glaciers suggest an unstoppable meltdown | Bawnd | Global Issues That Matter | Scoop.it
Two new studies have found that a portion of the West Antarctic Glaciers that is home to some of the fastest-flowing glaciers on the continent appears to have entered a state of retreat and melt that is unstoppable.
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Regenerating Plastic Grows Back After Damage

Regenerating Plastic Grows Back After Damage | Bawnd | Global Issues That Matter | Scoop.it
A paper details how to create regenerating plastic objects that can self-repair damage that stretches more than an inch across. An object can be damaged over and over and still repair itself without seriously compromising its strength.
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The dark side of Graphene -- Its speciation and potential dangers to lakes or streams

The dark side of Graphene -- Its speciation and potential dangers to lakes or streams | Bawnd | Global Issues That Matter | Scoop.it
In a first-of-its-kind study of how a material some think could transform the electronics industry moves in water, researchers at the University of California, Riverside Bourns College of Engineering found graphene oxide nanoparticles are very mobile in lakes or streams and therefore likely to cause negative environmental impacts if released.
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Conservative Pundits Demand Bill Nye Stop Bullying Them on Climate Change

When Bill Nye appears on CNN's Crossfire to discuss climate change, I wonder if he was expecting CNN host S.E. Cupp and her fellow Conservative guest from the Heritage Foundation to call him...
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