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Structure of "Spike" Protein in New Coronavirus Determined

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21 February 2020 – Results could help to develop a vaccine and antibody treatments

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Antiviral Drug Shows Promise Against MERS Coronavirus

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20 February 2020 – The broad-acting drug remdesivir could also be useful against the current coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

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Zeolites with Fewer Defects and Improved Stability

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19 February 2020 – Liquid-mediated process heals defects and prevents degradation

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Two Types of Graphene Combined for Water Splitting

Author: Liam Critchley

18 February 2020 – Van der Waals heterojunctions formed between 0D graphene quantum dots and 2D graphene sheets

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Planar Möbius-Aromatic Metallaborocycles

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17 February 2020 – Transition metal allows for planar system with Möbius aromaticity

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Photodetectors Made of Tellurene

Author: Liam Critchley

16 February 2020 – 2D Material used in high-gain and wide-bandwidth photodetectors

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Wristband Detects Air Pollution

Author: Sarah Maier

15 February 2020 – Simple evaluation of exposure to nitrogen dioxide and organic air pollutants

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A Nanosuit for Lithium-Metal Electrodes

Author: Liam Critchley

14 February 2020 – Graphite-based material prevents lithium inactivation and improves battery performance

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How Long Can Coronaviruses Live on Surfaces?

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13 February 2020 – Literature review finds coronaviruses could persist on hard surfaces for up to nine days, but can be killed with the right disinfectant

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New Battery Materials Production Site in Europe

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12 February 2020 – BASF will produce cathode active material at a plant in Schwarzheide, Germany

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