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Squeezing low-cost electricity from sustainable biomaterial

05-Dec-2017

Mobile phone speakers and motion detectors in cars and video games may soon be powered by electricity generated from low cost and sustainable biomaterials, according to research carried out at University of Limerick (UL), Ireland. Scientists at UL's Bernal Institute have discovered that the ...

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Giant molecular cages for energy conversion and drug delivery

04-Jul-2017

Scientists from Trinity College Dublin and AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland-funded materials science research centre hosted in Trinity College Dublin, have created 'molecular cages' that can maximise the efficiency of converting molecules in chemical reactions, and that may in future also be ...

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New research could transform how we filter water

10-May-2017

A new process for water filtration using carbon dioxide consumes one thousand times less energy than conventional methods, scientific research published recently has shown. The research was led by Dr Orest Shardt of University of Limerick , Ireland together with Dr Sangwoo Shin (now at University ...

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Major breakthrough in smart printed electronics

10-Apr-2017

Researchers in AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland-funded materials science research centre hosted in Trinity College Dublin, have fabricated printed transistors consisting entirely of 2-dimensional nanomaterials for the first time. These 2D materials combine exciting electronic properties with ...

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Detecting Mercury with Gold

Individual gold nanorods could be used to develop smaller, portable mercury sensors

09-Mar-2017

Mercury is harmful even in small amounts. Detecting it currently requires expensive equipment. Researchers are working on a faster and cheaper alternative: a portable sensor that can perform a rapid analysis in the field. The key is finding something small and accurate enough to do the job.For ...

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Scientists reveal origin of Earth's oldest crystals

The crystals probably formed in huge impact craters some 4 billion years ago

09-May-2016

New research suggests that the very oldest pieces of rock on Earth -- zircon crystals -- are likely to have formed in the craters left by violent asteroid impacts that peppered our nascent planet, rather than via plate tectonics as was previously believed. Rocks that formed over the course of ...

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'Goldilocks material' could change spintronics

26-Mar-2015

Attempting to develop a novel type of permanent magnet, a team of researchers at Trinity College in Dublin has discovered a new class of magnetic materials based on Mn-Ga alloys.Described as a zero-moment half metal in Applied Physics Letters, from AIP Publishing, the new Mn2RuxGa magnetic alloy ...

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Research and Markets: Global chemical industry 2013 - new challenges being created for an already highly regulated industry

12-Feb-2013

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the"Global Chemical Industry" report to their offering. The global chemical industry has historically being concentrated in three world regions consisting primarily of the North American region, Western Europe and Japan. The European Community ...

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Research and Markets: Chemical Wholesaling in the US

Downstream markets will aid demand, but high costs will limit growth

11-Feb-2013

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Chemical Wholesaling in the US" report to their offering: Chemical balance: Downstream markets will aid demand, but high costs will limit growth. Fundamental elements: As a key intermediary within the supply chain, the Chemical Wholesaling ...

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Colonial Chemical Announces Expansion of Territories with Brenntag UK & Ireland

07-Jun-2011

Colonial Chemical, Inc. announced that Brenntag N.V. is now their sole distributor for chemical products in U.K. and Ireland. This agreement expands their representation with Colonial Chemical, which presently includes Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.“We value the profitable association ...

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