Tuning the catalytic activity of graphene nanosheets for oxygen reduction reaction via size and thickness reduction

Researchers have shown that small size pure graphene nanosheets may work as an effective catalyst for breaking oxygen molecules – a reaction, which is of importance in the operation of fuel cells and air batteries, both of which have the

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Brookhaven Science Associates Awarded Brookhaven Lab Management Contract Battelle/Stony Brook University partnership retains contract it has held since 1998

Brookhaven Science Associates, LLC (BSA) has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to continue managing and operating Brookhaven National Laboratory under a new five-year base contract…
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Future “fueling station” in Martigny delivers power or hydrogen

13.11.14 – The pilot hydrogen storage and production facility that EPFL has built in Martigny (VS) had a public open house yesterday. It was an opportunity to get a glimpse into the fueling stations of the future.

“Fill it up

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Calculating evolution

Programme predicts the development of influenza viruses
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Regulatory and scientific complexity of generic nanodrugs could delay savings for patients

Nanomedicine is offering patients a growing arsenal of therapeutic drugs for a variety of diseases but often at a cost of thousands of dollars a month. Generics could substantially reduce the price ta…
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