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Modified Graphene Catalyzes CO2 Reduction


18 September 2016 – Nickel-nitrogen-modified graphene effectively reduces carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide

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Solar-Driven Chemistry


17 September 2016 – White Paper on a European vision for sustainable chemistry production

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Antibodies Against Osteoporosis

Author: Antonia Niedobitek

16 September 2016 – Sclerostin-neutralizing antibody may restore bone growth in patients with osteoporosis

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Resistant Plants with CRISPR/Cas9


15 September 2016 – CRISPR/Cas9 used to engineer resistance to Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV), a major pathogen in field-grown vegetable crops

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Monsanto Accepts Bayer's Takeover Bid


14 September 2016 – Bayer will acquire Monsanto for about US$66 billion to create a global leader in agriculture

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Laser-Printing Electric Circuits


14 September 2016 – Easy fabrication of multilayer circuits on common paper

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Carbon Dots for Bioimaging


13 September 2016 – Room-temperature synthesis of nitrogen-doped carbon dots

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Holes Improve Catalysts

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

12 September 2016 – Graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets with holes show improved photocatalytic activity

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New Tetra- and Dihydroquinolines

Author: Marek Czykanski

11 September 2016 – Synthesis of novel tetrahydroquinolines (THQs) and dihydroquinolines (DHQs)

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Particulate Matter: Metal Particles in the Human Brain


10 September 2016 – Metal particles from fine dust can penetrate into the human brain and accumulate there

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