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  • Materials Science News - Chemistry News
    properties An emulsion consisting of tiny droplets of one of those liquids immersed in the other is the Jan 27 2016 in Materials Science 806 0 First materials to be woven at the atomic and molecular levels created There are many different ways to make nanomaterials but weaving the oldest and most enduring method of making fabrics has not been one of them until now An international collaboration led by scientists at the U S Department Jan 21 2016 in Materials Science 4788 3 New way to make a CuPd catalyst for the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide to methane Phys org A group of researchers from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill have devised a generalizable technique for making copper nanoparticles that are of a uniform size and dispersion on a polymeric thin Jan 12 2016 in Materials Science report 1298 1 Visible blue light induces copper catalyzed C N cross couplings Phys org A small team of researchers at California Institute of Technology has found a way to use visible blue light to induce copper catalyzed C N cross couplings In their paper published in the journal Science the 14 hours ago in Materials Science report 32 0 Researchers discover new glass technology Imagine if the picture window in your living room could double as a giant thermostat or big screen TV A discovery by researchers at the University of British Columbia has brought us one step closer to this becoming a reality Feb 11 2016 in Materials Science 33 3 Electric car battery materials could harm key soil bacteria The growing popularity of battery powered cars could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions but they are not entirely Earth friendly Problems can creep in when these batteries are disposed of Scientists in a new study in

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    Electric car battery materials could harm key soil bacteria The growing popularity of battery powered cars could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions but they are not entirely Earth friendly Problems can creep in when these batteries are disposed of Scientists in a new study in Feb 10 2016 in Materials Science 20 0 Australian native spinifex grass could be key to super thin condoms Fibres from the Australian native spinifex grass are being used to improve latex that could be used to make condoms as thin as a human hair without any loss in strength Feb 09 2016 in Materials Science 493 1 Engineers develop hybrid technology to create biorenewable nylon Engineers at Iowa State University have found a way to combine a genetically engineered strain of yeast and an electrocatalyst to efficiently convert sugar into a new type of nylon Feb 09 2016 in Materials Science 16 0 Cotton candy machines may hold key for making artificial organs Cotton candy machines may hold the key for making life sized artificial livers kidneys bones and other essential organs Feb 08 2016 in Materials Science 3129 2 Scientists create synthetic biopathway to turn agriculture waste into green products Researchers at the University of Minnesota have engineered a new synthetic biopathway that can more efficiently and cost effectively turn agricultural waste like corn stover and orange peels into a variety of useful products Feb 08 2016 in Materials Science 122 1 Nature s mirror the code for chirality How information is transferred from biological molecules to crystalline surfaces could pave the way for the development of new drugs and other synthetic materials Feb 08 2016 in Materials Science 16 0 Uncovering secrets of elastin s flexibility during assembly Elastin is a crucial building block in our bodies its flexibility allows skin to

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    and quaternary structures Like proteins they are comprised of hydrophobic and hydrophilic subunits Oct 09 2015 in Materials Science report 399 0 Scientists explore the origins of energy in chemical reactions using experimental quantum chemistry Phys org One thing that all chemical reactions have in common whether they are the reactions that take place inside a battery the metabolic reactions inside a living organism or the combustion reactions that cause Aug 21 2015 in Materials Science report 4616 12 Solar battery receives 20 of its energy from the sun Phys org Last October researchers at Ohio State demonstrated the world s first solar battery a solar cell and a lithium oxygen Li O2 battery combined into a single device The main attraction of the solar battery Jul 14 2015 in Materials Science feature 1653 1 Simple hydrogen storage solution is powered by solar energy Phys org By using solar energy to reversibly attach and detach hydrogen atoms on a 6 carbon ring called benzene scientists have developed a simple and efficient method to store transport and release hydrogen potentially Jun 19 2015 in Materials Science feature 2467 17 Scientists use shape fixing nanoreactor to make a better fuel cell catalyst Phys org Proton exchange membrane fuel cells PEMFCs are lightweight fuel cells being developed for applications in vehicles and portable electronics One of the biggest challenges facing their development is the need May 11 2015 in Materials Science feature 2081 2 Na ion batteries get closer to replacing Li ion batteries Phys org As lithium resources continue to decline worldwide the next generation of portable electronics will most likely be powered by something other than Li ion batteries One potential candidate is the sodium ion Mar 03 2015 in Materials Science feature 2145 23 Red light goes green Metal free

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    with the flow OIST scientists designed a new method to create crystals using a combination of shear flow and controlled temperature 15 hours ago in Materials Science 7 0 Researchers discover new glass technology Imagine if the picture window in your living room could double as a giant thermostat or big screen TV A discovery by researchers at the University of British Columbia has brought us one step closer to this becoming a reality Feb 11 2016 in Materials Science 33 3 Cotton candy machines may hold key for making artificial organs Cotton candy machines may hold the key for making life sized artificial livers kidneys bones and other essential organs Feb 08 2016 in Materials Science 3129 2 Electric car battery materials could harm key soil bacteria The growing popularity of battery powered cars could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions but they are not entirely Earth friendly Problems can creep in when these batteries are disposed of Scientists in a new study in Feb 10 2016 in Materials Science 20 0 Scientists gain insights into forbidden chemistry Gabriele Saleh a research fellow at MIPT and Prof Artem Oganov a Laboratory Supervisor at MIPT and Professor at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Skoltech have discovered what causes the stability of Feb 11 2016 in Materials Science 10 0 Australian native spinifex grass could be key to super thin condoms Fibres from the Australian native spinifex grass are being used to improve latex that could be used to make condoms as thin as a human hair without any loss in strength Feb 09 2016 in Materials Science 493 1 Single step process transforms carbon dioxide into building blocks for polymeric materials The power of carbon dioxide has been harnessed by A STAR researchers to make two symmetrical star shaped

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    0 Shaping crystals with the flow OIST scientists designed a new method to create crystals using a combination of shear flow and controlled temperature 15 hours ago in Materials Science 7 0 Researchers discover new glass technology Imagine if the picture window in your living room could double as a giant thermostat or big screen TV A discovery by researchers at the University of British Columbia has brought us one step closer to this becoming a reality Feb 11 2016 in Materials Science 33 3 Cotton candy machines may hold key for making artificial organs Cotton candy machines may hold the key for making life sized artificial livers kidneys bones and other essential organs Feb 08 2016 in Materials Science 3129 2 Electric car battery materials could harm key soil bacteria The growing popularity of battery powered cars could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions but they are not entirely Earth friendly Problems can creep in when these batteries are disposed of Scientists in a new study in Feb 10 2016 in Materials Science 20 0 Scientists gain insights into forbidden chemistry Gabriele Saleh a research fellow at MIPT and Prof Artem Oganov a Laboratory Supervisor at MIPT and Professor at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Skoltech have discovered what causes the stability of Feb 11 2016 in Materials Science 10 0 Australian native spinifex grass could be key to super thin condoms Fibres from the Australian native spinifex grass are being used to improve latex that could be used to make condoms as thin as a human hair without any loss in strength Feb 09 2016 in Materials Science 493 1 Single step process transforms carbon dioxide into building blocks for polymeric materials The power of carbon dioxide has been harnessed by A STAR researchers to make two

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    consumed by our nation s transportation sector Jan 14 2016 in Materials Science 1848 18 First materials to be woven at the atomic and molecular levels created There are many different ways to make nanomaterials but weaving the oldest and most enduring method of making fabrics has not been one of them until now An international collaboration led by scientists at the U S Department Jan 21 2016 in Materials Science 4788 3 Stable superoxide opens the door to a new class of batteries While lithium ion batteries have transformed our everyday lives researchers are currently trying to find new chemistries that could offer even better energy possibilities One of these chemistries lithium air could promise Jan 13 2016 in Materials Science 124 5 Research reveals mechanism for direct synthesis of hydrogen peroxide From the polyurethane that makes our car seats to the paper made from bleached wood pulp chlorine can be found in a variety of large scale manufacturing processes But while chlorine is good at activating the strong bonds Jan 20 2016 in Materials Science 1485 4 The future of medicine could be found in this tiny crystal ball A Drexel University materials scientist has discovered a way to grow a crystal ball in a lab Not the kind that soothsayers use to predict the future but a microscopic version that could be used to encapsulate medication Feb 04 2016 in Materials Science 23 0 Uncovering secrets of elastin s flexibility during assembly Elastin is a crucial building block in our bodies its flexibility allows skin to stretch and twist blood vessels to expand and relax with every heartbeat and lungs to swell and contract with each breath But exactly how Feb 05 2016 in Materials Science 436 0 Mystery surrounding non platinum catalysts for fuel cell technologies

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    researchers at the University of British Columbia has brought us one step closer to this becoming a reality Feb 11 2016 in Materials Science 33 3 Researchers seek efficient means of splitting water Photovoltaics promise to help meet our energy needs by turning sunlight into electricity We can t run everything that way but with a little tweaking photovoltaic materials can use solar energy to split water into hydrogen Feb 05 2016 in Materials Science 25 1 Australian native spinifex grass could be key to super thin condoms Fibres from the Australian native spinifex grass are being used to improve latex that could be used to make condoms as thin as a human hair without any loss in strength Feb 09 2016 in Materials Science 493 1 Scientists gain insights into forbidden chemistry Gabriele Saleh a research fellow at MIPT and Prof Artem Oganov a Laboratory Supervisor at MIPT and Professor at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Skoltech have discovered what causes the stability of Feb 11 2016 in Materials Science 10 0 Is lignin the crude oil of the future Maybe so thanks to the sun and photocatalysts We associate refineries with crude oil and a dense tangle of technical fittings They may however change in the future if crude oil is replaced by lignin a product currently treated as industrial waste The research route Feb 05 2016 in Materials Science 16 0 Engineers develop hybrid technology to create biorenewable nylon Engineers at Iowa State University have found a way to combine a genetically engineered strain of yeast and an electrocatalyst to efficiently convert sugar into a new type of nylon Feb 09 2016 in Materials Science 16 0 Chemistry team is developing superbug killing disinfectants More than 100 000 people a year die from hospital acquired

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    that not only eats up the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide it also creates something useful And by the way it releases May 21 2012 in Materials Science 0 35 Novel chemical reaction Phys org A chemical reaction reported by University of Delaware assistant professor Donald Watson and his laboratory group has set the chemistry world abuzz for its creativity and potential utility Apr 16 2012 in Materials Science 0 6 Carbon dioxide captured from air can be directly converted into methanol fuel Phys org For the first time researchers have demonstrated that CO2 captured from the air can be directly converted into methanol CH3OH using a homogeneous catalyst The benefits are two fold The process removes harmful Jan 27 2016 in Materials Science feature 10503 147 New discovery may be breakthrough for hydrogen cars A team of Virginia Tech researchers has discovered a way to create hydrogen fuel using a biological method that greatly reduces the time and money it takes to produce the zero emissions fuel This method uses abundantly available Apr 06 2015 in Materials Science 4445 20 Team develops new water splitting technique that could produce hydrogen fuel A University of Colorado Boulder team has developed a radically new technique that uses the power of sunlight to efficiently split water into its components of hydrogen and oxygen paving the way for the broad use of hydrogen Aug 01 2013 in Materials Science 0 18 Japanese team discovers super disc material A Japanese research team has found a material that could be used to make a low price super disc with data storage capacity thousands of times greater than a DVD the lead scientist said Monday May 24 2010 in Materials Science 0 17 Cotton fabric cleans itself when exposed to ordinary sunlight Imagine jeans sweats or socks

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