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Graphene Inspires Promising New Materials
The first material of its kind, with a thickness of just one atom, graphene has opened the way to the development of other ultra-thin substances. Now being produced and studied in the laboratory,...
Biomass: Chemistry's New Eldorado?
Why not use organic waste from domestic refuse to make tomorrow's cosmetics and plastics? Ongoing research by chemistry labs in this area could turn biomass into a plausible alternative to...
COP21: Give the Oceans a Voice
The climate essentially depends on the ocean, which acts as a real "carbon pump" and heat reservoir. Biologist Françoise Gaill asks for political consideration of the ocean in the coming...
Mangroves: An Asset to Treasure
Research teams are studying mangroves across the globe to explore the crucial role these ecosystems play for the well-being of local populations and the planet.
Nero’s Rotating Dining Room
In the Days of Human Zoos
The Legacy of World War I
Gravitational Waves Reveal Neutron Star Merger
The New Masters of Time
Blade Runner: Can We Replicate Humans?