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November 26, 2014

Engineers Combine 3-D Printing With Ionic Liquids To Make Conductive Materials

Materials: Technique could enable the fabrication of components for batteries or even tissue scaffolds

November 26, 2014

Cheap Templates For Solar Cells Now On Blu-Ray

Nanofabrication: Structures patterned by Blu-ray discs could boost the efficiency of photovoltaic devices

November 24, 2014

Molten Nuclear Fuel Structure Could Help Prevent Meltdowns

X-ray synchrotron radiation studies reveal dynamic details of how UO2 transitions from a solid to a molten liquid

November 24, 2014

Sodium Borohydride Goes With The Flow

Common reducing agent is used in a flow-through column to scale up synthesis of alcohols and amines

November 24, 2014

Metal Clusters Designed For Computer Memory

Technology demands more storage in ever-shrinking devices, so chemists propose polyoxometalates as flash memory nanocomponents

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