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Did the Fracking Boom Lower US Carbon Emissions?


23 July 2015 – Why did carbon dioxide emissions in the US decrease by 11 % between 2007 and 2013?

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Pollution-Fighting Particles

Author: Nancy McGuire

22 July 2015 – Polymer nanoparticles trap pollutants, then clump together under UV light for easier clean-up

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Stretchy Wearable Speakers

Author: Nancy McGuire

17 July 2015 – Liquid metal microchannel makes a thin, flexible speaker for wearable electronic devices

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Bendable Batteries

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

07 July 2015 – Small metal-chelate complex as an electrolyte in flexible all-solid state energy storage devices

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Bio-Based LEGO Bricks

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04 July 2015 – LEGO Group invests EUR 130 million to boost search for sustainable materials

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Nobel Laureates Call For Climate Protection


03 July 2015 – 36 Nobel Laureates presented a joint declaration discussing the threat of climate change (Mainau Declaration 2015)

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2014 Impact Factors

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03 July 2015 – Excellent results for Wiley and Wiley-VCH in the 2014 Journal Citation Reports

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Tracking Phosphorus Sources

Author: Nancy McGuire

02 July 2015 – Isotopic signatures give clues to the sources of phosphorus contamination in water supplies

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3D Printing of Complex Structures


29 June 2015 – 3D electrohydrodynamic inkjet (e-jet) printing can produce ultrafine curved and flexible electronics circuits

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Production Start of High-Performance Insulating Material


27 June 2015 – BASF commissions pilot plant for the production of novel polyurethane-aerogel insulating panels

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