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Scientific News
Special Air Filter Blocks Small Particles Called UFPs from Getting Inside Cars
Newly developed HECA filters could reduce UFP levels by 93 percent.
Using the Sun to Create Solar Energy Materials
Researchers have discovered a way to tap the sun not only as a source of power, but also to directly produce the solar energy materials that make this possible.
Odour-eating the Planet’s Smells
IChemE will be hosting a webinar on 10 April 2014, called ‘The Life and Times of Odours’.
Elucidating Odor Properties of Elk River Contaminants
Virginia Tech researchers utilized olfactory gas chromatography to pinpoint the concentrations of contaminants in the air.
Biodiesel Production Goes Eco-friendly
New water-free process for the production of biodiesel from waste vegetable oils.
Autism and Intellectual Disability Incidence Linked with Environmental Factors
Although autism and intellectual disability have genetic components, environmental causes are thought to play a role.
Nanotechnology may be Key to Solar Energy and Energy Storage
New IEC and Fraunhofer ISI study finds that nanotechnology will bring significant benefits to energy sector.
New, Inexpensive Production Materials Boost Promise of Hydrogen Fuel
Combining cheap, oxide-based materials to split water into hydrogen and oxygen gases using solar energy, researchers achieved the highest reported for any oxide-based photoelectrode system.
Scientists Blend Synthetic Air to Measure Climate Change
Scientists at the NPL have produced a synthetic air reference standard which can be used to accurately measure levels of carbon dioxide and methane in the atmosphere.
Uncovering the Secret World of the Plastisphere
New research delves deeper into the largely unexplored world of the “Plastisphere” – an ecological community of microbial organisms living on ocean plastic.
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