A new nanomaterial made from phosphorus, known as phosphorene, is shaping up as a key ingredient for more sustainable and efficient next-generation perovskite solar cells (PSCs).
The cumulative stresses caused by historic earthquakes could provide some explanation as to why and where they occur, according to new research.
For ferry-goers gliding through the calm and sometimes narrow channels of British Columbia’s Gulf Islands, the views can be idyllic: craggy coastlines and placid inlets set against lush forested mountains.
It’s easy to think of cities as being the enemy of nature.
Changes in agriculture, trade, food production and consumption after the collapse of the Soviet Union led to a large reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, a new study has found.
Now a research team led by Bruce E. Koel, a professor of chemical and biological engineering at Princeton University, has opened a door to finding far cheaper alternatives.
Hearing aids, dental crowns, and limb prosthetics are some of the medical devices that can now be digitally designed and customized for individual patients, thanks to 3-D printing.
Do you eat fruits and vegetables? What about nuts? If so, you can thank an insect pollinator, usually a honey bee.
Analyzing seal teeth for environmental reconstruction might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but for Jenn Wilkins it’s a dream come true.
Antibiotics are powerful medication that are used to fight infections, but the ongoing and well publicized issues with resistance has made the search for new medicines critical to human health.
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