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Will Graphene truly become the next miracle material? Special

Philadelphia - Developments for carbon based Graphene have been fast and furious since 2003. However mass production of Graphene remains a challenge. In spite of significant research and development, Graphene-based products have yet to appear en masse.

Study says atheist academics are taking their children to church

A new study published in the December issue of Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion says a higher than expected number of atheist academics are taking their children to church even though they profess no personal religious beliefs of their own.

Women able to smell male intention

Women have the real ability of detecting the intention of a male by simply smelling him. That's what been stated by some leading U.S. researchers.
 

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Researchers at Rice printed wwls  the university s mascot  in hydrogen atoms on a graphene substrate...
Researchers at Rice printed wwls, the university's mascot, in hydrogen atoms on a graphene substrate, turning it into a graphane superlattice suitable for organic chemistry, then "lit up" the Owls by coating them with a fluorophore and viewing them through fluorescence quenching microscopy.
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Making a superlattice with patterns of hydrogenated graphene is the first step in making the materia...
Making a superlattice with patterns of hydrogenated graphene is the first step in making the material suitable for organic chemistry. The process was developed in the Rice University lab of chemist James Tour.
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