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Lighting the Way: Lasers turn their beams on the art world

Lighting the Way: Lasers turn their beams on the art world

🕔22:49, 3.Mar 2016

Focusing a laser beam on priceless pieces of art doesn’t initially sound like the best idea, but its surprising application for cleaning could ensure the preservation of masterpieces for generations to come.

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Mosquitoes Resistant to Malaria: Scientists investigate the innate immune response in Anopheles gambiae

Mosquitoes Resistant to Malaria: Scientists investigate the innate immune response in Anopheles gambiae

🕔19:23, 10.Nov 2015

Anopheles gambiae is professor Richard Baxter’s insect of interest, and it is easy to see why: The mosquito species found in sub-Saharan Africa excels at transmitting malaria, one of the deadliest infectious diseases. “[Malaria] is a scourge of the developing

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Airborne Diesel: Companies use ambient carbon dioxide to manufacture fuel

Airborne Diesel: Companies use ambient carbon dioxide to manufacture fuel

🕔20:19, 3.Oct 2015

Could the air around us soon power our planes, trains, and automobiles? Several companies are now manufacturing diesel fuel from ambient carbon dioxide, and may soon be able to do so on a commercial scale.

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Improving Solar Cell Efficiency with Carbon Nanotubes

Improving Solar Cell Efficiency with Carbon Nanotubes

🕔22:14, 5.Mar 2015

A team of Yale scientists has developed a new method to improve the efficiency of carbon nanotube-based solar cells. The technique, which is highly efficient at removing oxygen and residual molecules of the nanotubes’ surfaces, could lead to major advances in solar power and electronics.

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Boundless Potential: Artificial Photosynthesis

Boundless Potential: Artificial Photosynthesis

🕔05:40, 1.Apr 2013

Professor Gary Brudvig and his collaborators in the Yale Solar Group are making significant progress researching the conversion of light energy into chemical energy. By applying insights from natural photosynthesis to artificial processes, they are advancing the functionality of photoelectrochemical cells as potential alternative energy technologies.

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