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Right now, detecting contaminated water can take days, and that puts humans and animals at serious risk. But a new biosensor developed by grad students in Denmark promises to spot unclean water in an instant, and whether it's used in a village well...

Right now, detecting contaminated water can take days, and that puts humans and animals at serious risk. But a new biosensor developed by grad students in Denmark promises to spot unclean water in an instant, and whether it's used in a village well...

Scientist Niels Bohr was “given a house next door to the Carlsberg brewing company, and had a pipeline running from the brewery into the house so that he could have a never-ending supply of fresh beer on tap”.

Scientist Niels Bohr was “given a house next door to the Carlsberg brewing company, and had a pipeline running from the brewery into the house so that he could have a never-ending supply of fresh beer on tap”.

Organic solar cells reach manufacturing milestone

Organic solar cells reach manufacturing milestone

Organic solar cells reach manufacturing milestone In an impressive feat of engineering, scientists in Denmark have devised a rapid, scalable and industrially viable way to manufacture large sheets of flexible organic tandem

Diamanten aus Nuklearen Abfallprodukten - als Batterien https://plus.google.com/+MonikaSchmidt/posts/DFeHfLwHprM

Diamanten aus Nuklearen Abfallprodukten - als Batterien https://plus.google.com/+MonikaSchmidt/posts/DFeHfLwHprM

Devices Connect with Borrowed TV Signals, and Need No Power Source | MIT Technology Review

Scavenging Radio Waves Gives Battery-Free Gadgets a Wireless Connection

Devices Connect with Borrowed TV Signals, and Need No Power Source | MIT Technology Review

Researchers at the University of Washington have produced the first laser capable of cooling down liquids, which could find use to slow down cells for medical study or to achieve better heat dissipation for your next laptop.

Researchers at the University of Washington have produced the first laser capable of cooling down liquids, which could find use to slow down cells for medical study or to achieve better heat dissipation for your next laptop.

(Phys.org) —A new kind of paper that is made of wood fibers yet is 96% transparent could be a revolutionary material for next-generation sol...

(Phys.org) —A new kind of paper that is made of wood fibers yet is 96% transparent could be a revolutionary material for next-generation sol...

As solar power becomes a bigger part of our overall energy mix, scientists are working on more efficient ways of storing the power of the Sun for use during the night-time, or on particularly cloudy days. And now a new type of material has been...

As solar power becomes a bigger part of our overall energy mix, scientists are working on more efficient ways of storing the power of the Sun for use during the night-time, or on particularly cloudy days. And now a new type of material has been...

Molecular trick alters rules of attraction for non-magnetic metals -- ScienceDaily

Molecular trick alters rules of attraction for non-magnetic metals

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