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Hydrogen is a clean energy source that can be produced by splitting water molecules with light. However, it is currently impossible to achieve this on a large scale. In…
Etching the road to a hydrogen economy using plasma jets
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The interaction between ‘transfer RNAs’ and the enzymes that help them in protein synthesis is a key area of interest to understand the evolution of the genetic code…
Modern problems, primitive solutions: A glimpse into archaic protein synthesis systems
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After analyzing the composition of soil samples across a large mountainous region in Southwest China, a team of scientists from the Chinese Academy of Geological…
Plastic waste often ends up in river bodies and oceans, posing a serious threat to the marine ecosystem. To prevent the accumulation of plastic debris, we must find out…
Some plants, like soybean, are known to possess an innate defense machinery that helps them develop resistance against insects trying to feed on them. However, exactly…
Acyl fluorides have recently gained much attention in transition-metal catalysis due to their stability and selective reactivity. However, their commercial production…
Efficient quantum computing is expected to enable advancements that are impossible with classical computers. Scientists from Japan and Sydney have collaborated and…
In a new study, scientists from Tokyo University of Science, led by Prof Hidenori Otsuka, have developed a novel biocompatible hydrogel that acts as a structural…
Researchers from the Tokyo University of Science led by Dr Tohru Higuchi, in their new study, explore how the efficiency of solid oxide fuel cells can be increased by…
Complex networks are ubiquitous in the real world, from artificial to purely natural ones, and they exhibit very similar geometric properties. Algorithms based on…