(Phys.org) —Scientists at the University of East Anglia have made an important breakthrough in the quest to generate clean electricity from bacteria.
Even after nine months soaking in the womb, a newborn's skin is smooth - unlike an adult's in the bath. While occupying a watery, warm environment, the newborn manages to develop a skin fully equipped to protect it in a cold, ...
An international joint research group has succeeded in developing a new thermally activated, delayed-fluorescence (TADF) material that displays emission of light in colors from green to deep-red.
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Students don't seem to want to buy e-textbooks. So some schools are simply forcing them.
Singapore Airlines said Friday it is to introduce an electronic version of its inflight magazines as part of its plans for paperless planes.
(AP) -- While paper books still outnumber texts that can be read online or on dedicated readers like the Kindle or eBook, use of the electronic versions is growing.
(AP) -- Penn State, Indiana and Missouri are the first schools to participate in a USA Today initiative meant to test how students respond to electronic versions of printed newspapers.