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Recycled graphene from tires can make more environmentally friendly concrete

This could be where the rubber truly hits the road. Rice University scientists have optimised a process to convert waste from rubber tires into graphene that can, in turn, be used to strengthen concr…

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Recycled graphene from tires can make more environmentally friendly concrete

This could be where the rubber truly hits the road. Rice University scientists have optimised a process to convert waste from rubber tires into graphene that can, in turn, be used to strengthen concr…

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Laboratory Science apprenticeships help build the future

With the 14th National Apprenticeship Week taking place across England this week, showcasing the impact that apprenticeships can have on communities, local businesses and regional economies, lab-base…

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Pushing the lithium-ion limit

As the global demand for consumer electronics, electric cars and renewable energy rise, the need for new battery production options becomes ever clearer…  

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How green is my chemistry?

Following up on his recent podcast with Phil discussing extraction of botanicals for gin production, Simon Osborne gives us the lowdown on how green chemistry with microwaves can resolve bottlenecks …