Thursday, March 30, 2023


Wastewater disposal from oil production caused the most powerful earthquake in Canada

Wastewater injection caused a magnitude 5.6 earthquake in Alberta.

UCF researcher develops the world’s first energy-saving paint inspired by butterflies

Nature presents a variety of chemical and structural compositions.

Water purification using only a few atoms

Catalysts made of a few atoms show great promise in water treatment.

A secret of stronger metals unveiled

Study shows what happens when crystalline grains in metals reform at nanometer scales.

Liquid metals, surface patterns, and the Romance of the Three Kingdoms

The opening lines of the great Chinese historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms condense its complex and spectacular stories into a coherent pattern,...

A new study could help understand strange metal

Understanding these so-called “strange metals” could provide fundamental insights into the quantum world.

Exposure to metals may disrupt a woman’s hormones during pregnancy

Metals and metalloids may alter prenatal hormone concentrations during pregnancy.

Invisible Nano-wires: increases solar cell efficiency

US researchers found that solar cells can absorb more sunlight than they previously could by making tiny wires across the top of solar cells....

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