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4th September 2017

Non-stick coating runs afoul of the spores

A new type of coating that prevents the build-up of mould, algae and bacteria could provide major benefits for building products, the marine industry and hospitals.

2nd September 2017

Lab scientists explore liquid electrolytes for energy technologies

The new method opens up the possibility to predict the electronic response in complex electrolytes for a range of applications.

2nd September 2017

Fixation of powder catalysts on electrodes

The envisaged industrial application necessitates catalysts to do their job for years. This new method could assist in achieving it.

19th August 2017

New materials to solve hypersonic travel heat up issue

The new carbide coating is vastly superior in resisting temperatures up to 3,000 °C, when compared to existing ultra-high temperature ceramics.

5th August 2017

New method dramatically simplifies olefin synthesis

New method expected to replace textbook reactions, enable syntheses of many new candidate drugs and other molecules.

28th July 2017

Omega-3 fatty acid stops lupus trigger, but how?

Lupus is considered a genetic disease and is activated not only by inhaling toxic particles in the air.

27th July 2017

Researchers uncover a hidden calcium–cholesterol connection

Research based on the calcium-cholesterol link first discovered in worms could lead to a new way to treat high cholesterol.

27th July 2017

Scientists design new cathode for sodium-based batteries

This is a major step forward in enabling future mass production of sodium batteries.

27th July 2017

New triple-layered catalyst to split water into hydrogen, oxygen

Rice, University of Houston produce robust catalyst that does double duty.

26th July 2017

Researchers connect common fats to a lazy lifestyle and diabetes

The research concludes eating lots of polyunsaturated fatty acids can lead to sedentary lifestyles, especially in women.

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