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Safe, Economical Method Devised to Make Graphene

Eucalyptus trees

Researchers in Australia and India developed a safer and much less costly process for synthesizing the super-material graphene using an extract from eucalyptus bark. . . . → Read More: Safe, Economical Method Devised to Make Graphene

Challenge Seeks Circular Economy Start-Ups

Circularity graphic

A challenge competition is seeking new businesses that disrupt the plastics recycling and energy storage industries with ideas based on a circular economy. . . . → Read More: Challenge Seeks Circular Economy Start-Ups

Efficient Carbon Capture Membranes Being Developed

Carbon capture membrane

University engineers and chemists are creating a more efficient material for separating carbon dioxide from emissions in power and industrial plants. . . . → Read More: Efficient Carbon Capture Membranes Being Developed

Infographic – China’s Rare Earth Monopoly Slipping

Rare earth production

China remains the largest producer of rare earths, but other countries are developing their sources of these materials, this weekend’s infographic. . . . → Read More: Infographic – China’s Rare Earth Monopoly Slipping

Wearable Patch Designed for Personal Warmth, Cooling

Heating-cooling patch

An electronic wearable device worn as a patch is designed to act like a personal heating or cooling system in uncomfortable ambient temperatures. . . . → Read More: Wearable Patch Designed for Personal Warmth, Cooling

Economical, Sustainable Biochemical Process Devised

Vials with HMF

A chemical engineering lab designed a cost-effective process for a basic raw material to produce chemicals and plastics from plants. . . . → Read More: Economical, Sustainable Biochemical Process Devised

Spin-Off Producing Commercial-Grade Graphene

Graphene illustration

A company based on university lab research in the U.K. says it’s producing graphene, a promising carbon-based material, in quality and scale for electronics. . . . → Read More: Spin-Off Producing Commercial-Grade Graphene

Self-Powered Sensors Monitoring Mackinac Bridge

Mackinac Bridge

Thousands of small sensors are being deployed across the Mackinac Bridge in northern Michigan, one of the world’s longest bridges, to monitor its integrity. . . . → Read More: Self-Powered Sensors Monitoring Mackinac Bridge

MIT Spins-Off 32 Start-Ups in 2018

Lesley Millar-Nicholson

Research done at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2018 led to creation of 32 new start-up enterprises as well as hundreds of licenses and patents. . . . → Read More: MIT Spins-Off 32 Start-Ups in 2018

Book Review – The Fifth Risk

The Fifth Risk cover

Michael Lewis describes in a gripping narrative some of those critical life-protecting functions the federal government performs in his new book The Fifth Risk. . . . → Read More: Book Review – The Fifth Risk