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Applying Tough Lessons of the Past to Today's Nanotechnology

Applying Tough Lessons of the Past to Today's Nanotechnology

Super-tiny nanomaterials are poised to revolutionize our technologies. As for what else they might do to us: nobody really knows.

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Solar Cells Made from Antifreeze?

A process combining cheap materials and antifreeze may be the key to making solar cells that cost less and avoid toxic compounds.

08 Jul 10:48 AM 0 Read More...

Could Artificial Sweeteners Be Sabotaging Your Diet?

Ringing the bells in your body with artificial sweeteners is not a good thing.

02 Jul 8:28 PM 8 Read More...

Countering Global Warming with Man Made Wetlands

Wetlands excel at pulling carbon dioxide out of the air and holding it long-term in soil.

25 Jun 10:00 AM 0 Read More...

Can Your Salad Tell Time?

Does your salad know what time it is? It may be healthier for you if it does, according to new research from Rice University and the University of California at Davis.

21 Jun 8:59 AM 0 Read More...

New Study Reveals Adverse Effects of GMO Feed on Pigs

A long-term study revealed that pigs fed a GMO feed diet suffered higher rates of severe stomach inflammation and other adverse effects.

13 Jun 7:41 AM 0 Read More...

19-Year-Old Taylor Wilson Solves the Nuclear Industry

Taylor Wilson has invented a new type of small modular fission reactor that could be the next big step in solving the global energy crisis.

12 Jun 9:03 AM 0 Read More...
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