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Creating an optical atom with water droplets

Researchers from the University of Gothenburg have shed new light on how atoms work through a water-based experiment.

Dark matter mystery unravelled with new model

An international team of researchers has developed a new model called HYPER that may finally reveal the enigmatic properties of dark matter.

New graphene production methods found by HEX 6

HEX 6 Industries Incorporated has discovered new methods for graphene production that will enable commercial volumes of pristine graphene.

Exploring the mechanisms of cosmetic magnetic fields

Scientists have shed new light on a possible mechanism that may seed magnetic fields for the galactic dynamo.

Nanomaterial-enhanced fluids for challenging cooling applications

FlexeGRAPH’s CTO, Shannon Notley, introduces the company’s nanomaterial-enhanced fluids for cooling in automotive and computing applications. FlexeGRAPH, an Australian-based start-up, has developed a family of...

Designing molecular materials for sustainable applications

At the Research Priority Area Sustainable Chemistry of the University of Amsterdam, Dr Stefania Grecea is working to design molecular materials with combined physical...

Molecules enhanced by electromagnetic fields

Bretislav Friedrich, Dudley Herschbach, Sabre Kais and Burkhard Schmidt show that molecules enhanced by electromagnetic fields gain new capacities. Molecules can sense external electromagnetic fields...

The evidence for noise-induced cardiovascular disease

Thomas Münzel MD, of Johannes Gutenberg University, sets out the evidence behind traffic noise-induced cardiovascular disease and suggests how it could be mitigated. The global...

The Image Data Resource – publishing big image data online

Jason Swedlow, Open Microscopy Environment, University of Dundee, UK, discusses publishing big image data online. Access to primary research data is vital for advancing science....

The collecting of motion related and physiological field data quickly

The Movesense sensor platform brings new tools for tracking movement and body physiology in research projects. Movesense is an open sensor development platform from the...

Smart cotton against chemical weapons

Dr Mohamed M Chehimi explains how catalytic fabrics can be developed to destroy chemical weapons and warfare agents. Chemical weapons constitute a real danger (or...

The Education and Fiscal Citizenship Project in the Lusophone area

ISCAL and IDEFF Professor Clotilde Celorico Palma outlines the measures being taken in Portugal to improve citizens’ awareness of the social function of taxation...

Accurate Monitoring of Cardiovascular Activity

Abdelhak M Zoubir and Michael Muma of Germany’s Technische Universität Darmstadt, discuss robust signal processing and accurate monitoring of cardiovascular activity in the service...

A trailblazer for therapeutics

EUSA Pharma discusses its innovative approach to sourcing multi-use oncology therapeutics, enabling patients to embrace life and proving a clear competitor in the therapeutics...

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Improving electric vehicle battery safety with calorimetry

In the latest eBook from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Dr Carlos Ziebert, Head of the IAM-AWP Calorimeter Center discusses the role of calorimetry in improving electric vehicle battery safety. The European Commission’s ‘Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy‘ aims to reduce carbon emissions by 90% by 2050. A key...

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Improving lithium-ion battery safety for electric vehicles

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Here you will find the latest ecohydrology news, eBooks, and special reports from the Ecohydrology Research Group. The ERG is led by Philippe Van Cappellen and focuses on advancing the predictive understanding of the natural and human determinants of water quality.

Developing innovative techniques to investigate winter soil processes

Professors Philippe Van Cappellen and Fereidoun Rezanezhad from the Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Institute at the University of Waterloo discuss how they are...

Aquatic ecosystem services: From concept to economic valuation

The University of Waterloo’s Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Resources Economics Research Group detail how vital it is to optimise our aquatic ecosystem services, ensuring...

Exploring the impacts of nutrient legacies on cultural eutrophication

Professor Phillippe Van Cappellen and Stephanie Slowinski from the Ecohydrology Research Group, University of Waterloo, discuss how nutrient legacies affect cultural eutrophication, a process...

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Sustainable management of peatlands and mitigating climate change: Waterloo’s Ecohydrology Research Group helps close key knowledge gaps. Peatlands are a valuable but vulnerable natural resource....

Biogeophysics: exploring the Earth’s subsurface biosphere

The Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Institute are using their research in biogeophysics to develop tools to observe the Earth’s subsurface biosphere. The Earth’s shallow...

The University of Waterloo reconciles agriculture and water quality

Agricultural nutrient legacies delay the recovery of healthy aquatic ecosystems, according to researchers from the University of Waterloo, Canada. Agriculture is a dominant source of...

Road salt: The silent threat to urban lakes

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Creating an optical atom with water droplets

Researchers from the University of Gothenburg have shed new light on how atoms work through a water-based experiment.

Using electrochemistry to convert carbon dioxide into organic molecules

A team from Cornell University used electrochemistry to turn carbon dioxide into organic molecules that are vital to pharmaceutical development.

New graphene production methods found by HEX 6

HEX 6 Industries Incorporated has discovered new methods for graphene production that will enable commercial volumes of pristine graphene.

Scientists create the first complete, gapless sequence of a human genome

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Mass spectrometers for environmental applications

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