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Power-Generating Yarn

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12 December 2017 – Textile-based triboelectric nanogenerators could power wearable electronics

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Searching for Christmas Presents?

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01 December 2017 – Editors recommend science-themed holiday gift ideas

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Safer All-Solid-State Sodium-Ion Battery

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26 November 2017 – closo-Borate-based electrolytes could allow for competitive sodium-ion battery technology

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Poking Holes in Graphene

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21 November 2017 – "Holey" graphene-based materials for supercapacitors

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Mixed-Quantum-Dot Solar Cells

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15 November 2017 – Ink-based materials for high-performance photovoltaics

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Hydrogen Storage in Cigarette Butts

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05 November 2017 – Porous carbon derived from cigarette filters has an unprecedented hydrogen storage capacity

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Oxygen Vacancies for Better Supercapacitors

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04 November 2017 – Two-dimensional oxygen-vacancy-rich cobalt oxide nanosheets as supercapacitor materials

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Methane Powered Alkaline Fuel Cell

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29 October 2017 – Alkaline fuel cells with Gortex-based electrodes are powered efficiently by methane containing 5 % hydrogen

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Divisions of the GDCh

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13 October 2017 – GDCh Fact of the Month (11)

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Platinum Single-Atom Catalyst

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05 October 2017 – A highly durable platinum single-atom alloy catalyst for electrochemical reactions in direct formic acid fuel cells

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