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Understanding breakups

31-Jan-2017

As interest and demand for nanotechnology continues to rise, so will the need for nanoscale printing and spraying, which relies on depositing tiny drops of liquid onto a surface. Now researchers from Tsinghua University in Beijing have developed a new theory that describes how such a nanosized ...

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Imitating synapses of the human brain could lead to smarter electronics

13-Nov-2015

Making a computer that learns and remembers like a human brain is a daunting challenge. The complex organ has 86 billion neurons and trillions of connections - or synapses - that can grow stronger or weaker over time. But now scientists report the development of a first-of-its-kind synthetic ...

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BASF and top Asian universities establish joint research network

17-Mar-2014

BASF has established the research initiative “Network for Advanced Materials Open Research” (NAO) together with seven leading universities and research institutes in China, Japan and South Korea. The scientists aim to cooperate in developing new materials for a wide range of applications. The ...

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Biomimetic bricks inspired by nacre

09-Apr-2013

Chinese chemists have developed a new nacre-like material which is stronger than natural nacre (mother of pearl). Nacre is a naturally occurring composite formed from calcium carbonate and biopolymers which create a brickwork structure. It is also nearly a thousand times stronger than any of its ...

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Carbon Nanotube Sponges: Tough Water-Repellent Sponges Absorb Oils and Solvents up to 180 Times Their Own Weight

10-Nov-2009

Scientists have invented a carbon-based sponge that can soak up organic pollutants, such as oils and solvents, from the surface of water. No water is absorbed and the sponge can then be wrung out and reused, like an ordinary household sponge. Absorbing up to 180 times its own weight in organic ...

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Wastewater produces electricity and desalinates water

10-Aug-2009

A process that cleans wastewater and generates electricity can also remove 90 percent of salt from brackish water or seawater, according to an international team of researchers from China and the U.S. "Water desalination can be accomplished without electrical energy input or high water pressure ...

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Silica micro-tube networks

01-Oct-2008

Liming Tang and colleagues from Tsinghua University in China, have prepared functional silica micro-tube networks (MTN) using an organogel as a template and a silane-based precursor, via a simple procedure. g-aminopropyltriethoxysilane (APS) was reacted with N’N-methylenediacrylamide on the ...

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