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Browse: Quantum Tunnelling in an Instant Browse: Static Electricity Splits Chemical Bonds
Browse: Organic Semiconductor Could Lead to Biodegradable Devices
The ingestible gas sensor
Feature: A Capsule to Look Inside an Irritable Bowel
The impact of diet and illness on the gut can finally be revealed by swallowing an ingenious capsule that directly measures intestinal gases.
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Feature: Light, Soap and Magnets Turn Graphene into “Black Gold”
Some clever chemistry is employing magnetism and a light-sensitive soap to turn simple graphene into a super-material with applications in water purification and electronic devices.
Browse: Liquid Metals to “Soft-Wire” Elastic Electronics
Browse: Nanoparticles in a Perpetual Solid–Liquid State Browse: Scientists Detect Electrons Outside Their Regular Orbits
Cool Careers: Circuits for Satellites
For a wide brown land, the prospect of finding water has always been tantalising. Now a final-year engineering student has found a way to contribute to this quest, winning a scholarship to attend the NASA Academy in the process.
Online Feature: Pasta shape provides better LED
'Rotelle' molecules depolarise light and are more efficient than 'spaghetti'