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How NanoExplore are eXploring graphene production

SciTech Europa met with NanoXplore’s Dr Soroush Nazarpour at the IDTechEx Show! to discuss graphene production and how NanoXplore is planning to expand. Dr Soroush...
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Forensic science: the new method to detect where homemade explosives came from

There is a new way of detecting homemade explosives which will help forensic scientists to trace where it came from. The method of detecting homemade...
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What happened to the WWII uranium cubes from the failed nuclear reactor effect in...

What happened to the WWII uranium cubes from the failed effort at building a working nuclear reactor in Nazi Germany? An associate professor at the...
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Close to pure graphene: how potassium bromide can be used for decoupled graphene

A new study on decoupled graphene from the use of potassium bromide has been reported by physicists from the universities of Basel, Modena and Munich...
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How graphene aerogel can be used for lithium sulphur batteries

A new breakthrough in battery technology uses a catholyte and graphene aerogel for lithium sulphur batteries. According to Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, the discovery...
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The accessibility of In-Mold Electronics: can IME transition from black art to platform technology?

Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Research Director at IDTechEx, explains the technology of In-Mold Electronics, and answers the question of how realistic its transition to a platform...
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Controlling electron spin: researchers have found a surprising quantum effect in hard disk drive...

There is a surprising quantum effect in the material used in a hard disk drive. By controlling electron spin, researchers were able to affect...
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Smart tattoos: how tattoos without the use of needles can be used as health...

Researchers at the University of Twente have developed smart tattoos without the use of needles, which could be used as health sensors. A new research paper...
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Pure electric vehicles: is this the phase of fastest growth for the electric vehicles...

Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman of IDTechEx, has published an analysis of pure electric vehicles, arguing that this is the period of fastest growth for the...
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Early sepsis symptoms: could a computer-aided model help to predict sepsis?

Sepsis is a major cause of death in hospitals. Could early symptoms be detected using a computer-aided model? A computer-aided model has shown promise in...

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