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Self-Recuperating Materials as New Biotically Propelled Materials

Lightweight, heightened ability fibre-strengthened polymeric composites are advancing materials in numerous propelled requisitions incorporating biomedical parts. These materials offer the possibility to consolidate multi functionalities because of their interior building design, Read more…

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Posted by Mercy - 08/02/2013 at 04:18

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Portable Energy Source

It was found that tiny particles of silicon when reacts with water they produce hydrogen. This is an instantaneous reaction that doesn’t require any external source (light, heat, electricity) to carry the reaction. Read more…

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Posted by Fiona Williams - 02/02/2013 at 05:24

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Safety Concerns of Carbon Nanotubes

Carbon Nanotubes; hollow tubes of carbon sheets possessing diameter measuring on nanometer scale are widely used in one of the emerging field’s nanotechnology. Though the carbon nanotubes are well known for its applications in various fields of medicine etc., Read more…

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Posted by Fiona Williams - 23/01/2013 at 06:49

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Invisible Scalpel: Super-Fine Sound Beam

The researchers have developed a new therapeutic ultrasound approach, where a light is converted into sound. This new approach would lead in using the super-fine sound beam into an invisible knife for non-invasive surgery. Read more…

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Posted by Fiona Williams - 09/01/2013 at 00:27

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Nanofibers: Scrubs Sulfur from Fuel

The highly reactive element sulfur is one of the 6 air pollutants.It forms oxides on combustion of fuels. The primary disturbance caused by sulfur is; it discharge toxic gases and harm the metals and catalysts in engines. Hence, it has to be expelled out of the fuels. Read more…

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Posted by Fiona Williams - 07/01/2013 at 05:13

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Red Dye Powers New ‘Green’ Battery

The latest study has revealed that an ancient red dye “purpurin” produced from Rose madder plant (Rubia species) has found to be basis for new green battery. The Purpurin dye extracted from the roots of the madder plants powered the lithium-ion battery. Read more…

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Posted by Fiona Williams - 17/12/2012 at 08:09

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