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Stanford Engineers Invent High-tech Mirror to Beam Heat Away from Buildings into Space

Yesterday − Stanford School of Engineering
Stanford engineers have invented a revolutionary coating material that can help cool buildings, even on sunny days, by radiating heat away from the buildings and sending it directly into space. A team led by electrical engineering Professor Shanhui Fan and research associate Aaswath Raman reported this energy-saving breakthrough in the journal Nature. …
• Heat-conducting Plastic Developed at U-Michigan − Yesterday
• Single-atom Gold Catalysts May Offer Path to Low-cost Production of Fuel And Chemicals − 2 hours ago
• Shaping the Future of Energy Storage with Conductive Clay − Yesterday
• Process Converts Human Waste into Rocket Fuel − 2 days ago
• Classical Enzymatic Theory Revised by Including Water Motions − 2 days ago
• The Mysterious 'Action at a Distance' Between Liquid Containers − 2 days ago
• Protons Fuel Graphene Prospects − 2 days ago
• Van Der Waals Force Re-measured − 2 days ago
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Beer
11-25-14

Why Fruit Flies Could Lead to Better Beer (video)

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Heat
11-26-14
Heat-conducting Plastic Developed at U-Michigan
ANN ARBOR--The spaghetti-like internal structure of most plastics makes it hard for them to cast away heat, but a University of Michigan research team has made a plastic blend…
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Heat
11-26-14

Stanford Engineers Invent High-tech Mirror to Beam Heat Away from Buildings into Space

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Waste
11-26-14

Process Converts Human Waste into Rocket Fuel

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Fuel
11-26-14
Protons Fuel Graphene Prospects
Published in the journal Nature, the discovery could revolutionise fuel cells and other hydrogen-based technologies as they require a barrier that only allow protons - hydrogen atoms stripped off…
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11-24-14

Too Much Turkey: What Happens When You Overeat?

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Clay
11-26-14

Shaping the Future of Energy Storage with Conductive Clay

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Van
11-26-14

Van Der Waals Force Re-measured

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Helium
11-26-14

The Mysterious 'Action at a Distance' Between Liquid Containers

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Motions
11-26-14
Classical Enzymatic Theory Revised by Including Water Motions
Enzymes are macromolecular biological catalysists that lead most of chemical reactions in living organisms. The main focus of enzymology lies on enzymes themselves, whereas the role of water motions…
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Gold
11-28-14
Single-atom Gold Catalysts May Offer Path to Low-cost Production of Fuel And Chemicals
MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass.(November 27, 2014, 2 PM) -- New catalysts designed and investigated by Tufts University School of Engineering researchers and collaborators from other university and national laboratories have the…
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Sels
11-25-14
Researchers Find Way to Turn Sawdust into Gasoline
Researchers at KU Leuven's Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis have successfully converted sawdust into building blocks for gasoline. Using a new chemical process, they were able to convert…
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11-17-14

The Chemistry of Cats: on Catnip, Pheromones And Kitty Litter

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Car
11-19-14
Could Hydrogen Vehicles Take over as the 'Green' Car of Choice?
Now that car makers have demonstrated through hybrid vehicle success that consumers want less-polluting tailpipes, they are shifting even greener. In 2015, Toyota will roll out the first hydrogen…
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Cosmology, Big Bang

Syracuse Physicist Helps Discover Subatomic Particles


8 days ago − Syracuse University
• Syracuse Physicists Closer to Understanding Balance of Matter, Antimatter in Universe − 1 months ago
• A Closer Look at the Perfect Fluid − 1 months ago
• Measurement at Big Bang Conditions Confirms Lithium Problem − 3 months ago
• Neutrino Detectors Could Help Curb Nuclear Weapons Activity − 3 months ago
• Magnetic Moment of the Proton Measured with Unprecedented Precision − 5 months ago
• Zeroing in on the Proton's Magnetic Moment − 6 months ago
 
Particle Physics, Accelerator

Syracuse Physicist Helps Discover Subatomic Particles


8 days ago − Syracuse University
• Scientists X-ray Tiny Cell Organelles Responsible for Carbon Fixation − 10 days ago
• Maybe It Wasn't the Higgs Particle After All − 21 days ago
• Nanosafety Research: The Quest for the Gold Standard − 1 months ago
• Can the Wave Function of an Electron Be Divided And Trapped? − 1 months ago
• Using Radio Waves to Control the Density in a Fusion Plasma − 1 months ago
• Syracuse Physicists Closer to Understanding Balance of Matter, Antimatter in Universe − 1 months ago
 
Nuclear

Why We Are Made of 'Star Stuff' (w/Video)


25 days ago − American Chemical Society
• Maybe It Wasn't the Higgs Particle After All − 21 days ago
• Plasma: Casimir And Yukawa Mesons − 25 days ago
• Two New Baryon Particles Discovered in Agreement with York U Prediction − 8 days ago
• Balancing Renewable Energy Costs − 1 months ago
• Discovery of New Subatomic Particle Sheds Light on Fundamental Force of Nature − 1 months ago
• A Closer Look at the Perfect Fluid − 1 months ago
 
Quantum Computing

Van Der Waals Force Re-measured


2 days ago − Forschungszentrum Juelich
• Ultra-short X-ray Pulses Explore the Nano World − 3 days ago
• Cooling with the Coldest Matter in the World − 4 days ago
• Two New Baryon Particles Discovered in Agreement with York U Prediction − 8 days ago
• Syracuse Physicist Helps Discover Subatomic Particles − 8 days ago
• Spiral Laser Beam Creates Quantum Whirlpool − 10 days ago
• 'Direct Writing' of Diamond Patterns from Graphite a Potential Technological Leap − 22 days ago
 
Chemistry

Thin Film Produces New Chemistry in 'Nanoreactor'


8 days ago − University of Groningen
• Why Fruit Flies Could Lead to Better Beer (video) − 3 days ago
• Physicists And Chemists Work to Improve Digital Memory Technology − 3 days ago
• The Mysterious 'Action at a Distance' Between Liquid Containers − 2 days ago
• Scientists Get to the Heart of Fool's Gold as a Solar Material − 9 days ago
• Graphene/Nanotube Hybrid Benefits Flexible Solar Cells − 10 days ago
 
Photovoltaics, Solar Cells

New Class of Nanoparticle Brings Cheaper, Lighter Solar Cells Outdoors


5 months ago − University of Toronto
• Recycling Old Batteries into Solar Cells − 3 months ago
• A Semi-artificial Leaf Faster Than 'Natural' Photosynthesis − 3 months ago
• Berkeley Lab Researchers at AAAS 2014 − 9 months ago
• Stanford Engineers Invent High-tech Mirror to Beam Heat Away from Buildings into Space − Yesterday
• Shaping the Future of Energy Storage with Conductive Clay − Yesterday
 
Photosynthesis

Switching on a Dime: How Plants Function in Shade And Light


15 days ago − Carnegie Institution
• X-ray Vision of Photosynthesis − 23 days ago
• Harvesting Hydrogen Fuel from the Sun Using Earth-abundant Materials − 2 months ago
• DTU Researchers Film Protein Quake for the First Time − 3 months ago
• Water And Sunlight the Formula for Sustainable Fuel − 3 months ago
• A Semi-artificial Leaf Faster Than 'Natural' Photosynthesis − 3 months ago
 
Neutrino

Princeton Scientists Observe Elusive Particle That Is Its Own Antiparticle


1 months ago − Princeton University
• Neutrino Detectors Could Help Curb Nuclear Weapons Activity − 3 months ago
• HADES Searches for Dark Matter − 6 months ago
 
Spintoronics

'Cavity Protection Effect' Helps to Conserve Quantum Information


3 months ago − Vienna University of Technology
• Triplet Threat from the Sun − 1 months ago
• Discovery of New Subatomic Particle Sheds Light on Fundamental Force of Nature − 1 months ago
• Researchers Part Water − 2 months ago
• JILA Team Finds First Direct Evidence of 'Spin Symmetry' in Atoms − 3 months ago
• New Model Clarifies Photoexcited Thin-film Lattice Dynamics − 9 days ago
 
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