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Annual NanoDay@Penn to be Hosted at Nano/Bio Interface Center - AZoNano.com

Annual NanoDay@Penn to be Hosted at Nano/Bio Interface Center - AZoNano.com | Chemistry | Scoop.it
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"Nanowire Compliance," by Kate Murphy.
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Africa Is Warmer Thanks to Ozone Hole Over Antarctica - Wunderground.com (blog)

Africa Is Warmer Thanks to Ozone Hole Over Antarctica - Wunderground.com (blog) | Chemistry | Scoop.it
Africa Is Warmer Thanks to Ozone Hole Over Antarctica Wunderground.com (blog) However, as the hole in the ozone layer continues to shrink due to international policies that limit the chemicals that eat away at the ozone, temperatures may cool down...
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Dating and Archaeometric Analysis of Ancient Pottery - Azom.com

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Azom.com Dating and Archaeometric Analysis of Ancient Pottery Azom.com All applications in the science, art and technology of enamels, glazes and glass are based on the 3D Si-O network modification in a controlled manner by substituting Si4+...
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Rochester's Ching Tang honored as pioneer of organic electronics - EurekAlert (press release)

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Rochester's Ching Tang honored as pioneer of organic electronics EurekAlert (press release) The University of Rochester's Ching Tang, a professor of chemical engineering at the Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, is being honored on...
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Latest Curiosity feat: confirmation that Mars sent meteorite group to Earth - Christian Science Monitor

Latest Curiosity feat: confirmation that Mars sent meteorite group to Earth - Christian Science Monitor | Chemistry | Scoop.it
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Latest Curiosity feat: confirmation that Mars sent meteorite group to Earth
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DIY Beauty Bar: Soap Opera - Autostraddle

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Since I started making soap for myself, I've been learning a whole lot about the science and history of soap. On that note, let's take a ...
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CO2 is vital asset for planet's future - eco-business.com

CO2 is vital asset for planet's future - eco-business.com | Chemistry | Scoop.it
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CO2 is vital asset for planet's future
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There are already experimental projects to exploit captured carbon dioxide.
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More and more. science 'fiction' becomes science 'fact' - Kansas City Star

More and more. science 'fiction' becomes science 'fact' - Kansas City Star | Chemistry | Scoop.it
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More and more. science 'fiction' becomes science 'fact' Kansas City Star “The very best science fiction takes things that are established and extrapolates from there.” After watching an X-Men movie, students at Stanford University...
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Sun and photocatalysts will clean polluted water, cheaply and quickly - Science Daily (press release)

Sun and photocatalysts will clean polluted water, cheaply and quickly - Science Daily (press release) | Chemistry | Scoop.it
Sun and photocatalysts will clean polluted water, cheaply and quickly Science Daily (press release) What's particularly important is that the analyses performed by Dr Colmenares' group clearly prove that there is no release of chromium or iron...
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“White Graphene” Protects Materials from Oxidation in High Temps - Solar Novus Today

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“White Graphene” Protects Materials from Oxidation in High Temps
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While graphene only consist of carbon atoms, whereas boron and nitrite atoms in white graphene replace carbon atoms.
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Four California Scientists Honored with Nobel Prizes - California Council on Science and Technology

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California Council on Science and Technology Four California Scientists Honored with Nobel Prizes California Council on Science and Technology Their crucial achievement was to marry classical and quantum mechanics in order to model both the...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) in nanotechnology research - Nanowerk

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Nanowerk Artificial intelligence (AI) in nanotechnology research Nanowerk It is in this context that AI tools such as machine learning paradigms can play a key role in producing scientific results as well as in the development of future nano...
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Carbon's new champion - HispanicBusiness.com

Carbon's new champion
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By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Science -- Carbyne will be the strongest of a new class of microscopic materials if and when anyone can make it in bulk.
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Rice Scientists Create A Super Antioxidant - RedOrbit

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Cerium oxide nanocrystals have the ability to absorb and release oxygen ions — a chemical reaction known as reduction oxidation, or redox, for short.
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Carbyne — Strongest Material Yet Known, Possesses A Number Of Useful ... - CleanTechnica

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Big Sky High chemistry teacher makes class a blast for students - The Missoulian

Big Sky High chemistry teacher makes class a blast for students - The Missoulian | Chemistry | Scoop.it
Big Sky High chemistry teacher makes class a blast for students The Missoulian It's just a matter of time before an assignment takes an unusual (sometimes unexpected) turn, which are just some of the reasons why Jones' students love science and...
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Customising Titanium Alloy Implants for Medical Application - Azom.com

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Customising Titanium Alloy Implants for Medical Application
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This is a three-year project funded by the National Science Foundation's Designing Materials to Revolutionize and Engineer our Future (DMREF) project.
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Explaining the Nobel Prizes in Science - National Geographic

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Explaining the Nobel Prizes in Science National Geographic That mystery solved, all that is left is understanding what the scientists actually did to win this year's prizes, which award 8 million Swedish kronor ($1.25 million) per category, which...
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Hold very still: Super-quiet rooms permit IBM nano-research - CNET

Hold very still: Super-quiet rooms permit IBM nano-research - CNET | Chemistry | Scoop.it
Hold very still: Super-quiet rooms permit IBM nano-research CNET Another is a transmission electron microscope, which can pick out features measuring less than one 10 billionth of a meter -- the width of a hydrogen atom -- so scientists can...
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