Archive: 29/10/2008

Powered by olive stones? Turning waste stones into fuel

Olive stones can be turned into bioethanol, a renewable fuel that can be produced from plant matter and used as an alternative to petrol or diesel. This gives the olive processing industry an opportunity to make valuable ...

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Research team maps cell interactions

(PhysOrg.com) -- Proteins make up the machinery of the cell. Their interaction with each other is responsible for how the cell functions within a living organism. Intrigued by what these interactions may look like, scientists ...

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Breakthrough may ease electronics assembly

(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers at Northeastern have demonstrated a way to use single-walled carbon nanotubes, at left, to ease large-scale manufacture of flat-panel displays and electronic memory devices.

dateOct 29, 2008 in Nanophysics
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Researchers change focus on threatened species

(PhysOrg.com) -- University of Queensland-led research is suggesting new ways to protect threatened species. Professor Hugh Possingham, director of UQ's Ecology Centre, and colleagues from the French National Institute of ...

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