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Simple & Versatile 3D Graphene Manufacturing Simple & Versatile 3D Graphene Manufacturing
  • October 24th, 2014
  • Japanese researchers have created a simple and versatile way to build the three-dimensional materials of the future using graphene.

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Simple & Versatile 3D Graphene Manufacturing

Simple & Versatile 3D Graphene Manufacturing

Japanese researchers have created a simple and versatile way to build the three-dimensional materials of the future using graphene.

Common Cytomegalovirus Linked To Autoimmunity

Common Cytomegalovirus Linked To Autoimmunity

Scientists have uncovered link between the common cytomegalovirus infection to autoimmune disease.

The Oldest Poo In Japan

The Oldest Poo In Japan

Fossilized poo suggests that the marine ecosystem in northeastern Japan had recovered from the Paleozoic-Mesozoic extinction by the Early Triassic.

Towards Personalized Diabetes Treatment

Towards Personalized Diabetes Treatment

Scientists say that a genetically-determined subset of type 2 diabetes patients could benefit from yohimbine treatment.

Growing Pains: Blocking IGF-1 Reduces Pain In Mice

Growing Pains: Blocking IGF-1 Reduces Pain In Mice

Scientists have found that inhibiting the actions of a hormone known as insulin-like growth factor 1 lessens pain perception in mice.

Beyond LEDs: Brighter & More Efficient

Beyond LEDs: Brighter & More Efficient

Japanese scientists have used carbon nanotubes to develop a new light source that is hundred times more energy-efficient than LEDs.

Turning Cigarette Ash Into Arsenic Filters

Turning Cigarette Ash Into Arsenic Filters

Scientists have found an ingenious use for cigarette ash, turning the porous material into an efficient arsenic water purifier.

“Green Steel” Technology Saves Two Million Tires From Landfill

“Green Steel” Technology Saves Two Million Tires From Landfill

By using old tires instead of non-renewable coke in steel furnaces, researchers saved landfill space equivalent to two million tires.

The Ancient Mountains That Fed Early Life

The Ancient Mountains That Fed Early Life

Scientists have uncovered evidence of a 2,500 km-long mountain range that once spanned Africa to Brazil.

Diverse Patterns Controlled By A Single Gene

Diverse Patterns Controlled By A Single Gene

Variations in a single gene, apt-like, can lead up to 15 different patterns of coloration in caterpillars.