Month: May 2020

<!––>Full of holes: scanning electron microscope image of a graphene foam made using cellulose. The ring-like structures are about 500 micron in diameter. (Courtesy: Shun Zhang et al./Nature Sustainability) High-quality graphene foams have been made from the waste gases produced during the high temperature treatment of organic waste. Researchers in China say their pyrolysis-based technique
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A recent study has demonstrated the capacity of infectious or pathogenic bacteria to survive on an “extra-terrestrial diet” in space. There is again a surge in interest regarding space exploration. The last decade has seen increased public interest and increased awareness regarding new moon missions, news about space, and even the advances in knowledge about
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The latest embedded software technology moves hardware into an almost magical realm Adam Benzion 7 hours Adam Benzion Contributor A serial entrepreneur, writer, and tech investor, Adam Benzion is the co-founder of Hackster.io, the world’s largest community for hardware developers. Aluminum and iconography are no longer enough for a product to get noticed in the
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