Read more about the article Scientists Break Record Converting Sun’s Radiation Into Electricity
Image shows the perovskite/silicon tandem solar cell, undated photo. The active bluish area in the middle of the wafer, which is enclosed by the metallic, silvery electrode can be seen. (Johannes Beckedahl, Lea Zimmerman, HZB/Newsflash)

Scientists Break Record Converting Sun’s Radiation Into Electricity

Scientists have developed a groundbreaking solar cell that can convert almost a third of the sun's radiation into electricity. The new silicon bottom and perovskite top tandem cell was created…

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Read more about the article Breakthrough In Scrubbing Microplastics From The World’s Oceans
Picture shows natural and synthetic marine debris in Oahu, Hawaii, in undated footage. SEED's Trash Time Machine uses water and physics to separate natural and synthetic material. (@seed.world/Newsflash)

Breakthrough In Scrubbing Microplastics From The World’s Oceans

Retired US Marine Corps combat engineer shows off a new tool capable of separating microplastics from organic sea matter. The Trash Time Machine (TTM) is an open-source invention created by…

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Read more about the article Gorilla Shares 10th Birthday Party Treat With Pals
Gorilla Ebo celebrates the 10 year anniversary of his birth with the other animals at his "birthday party' in Valencia, Spain, undated. He was the first gorilla born at the Bioparc Valencia as part of a conservation program. (Bioparc Valencia/Newsflash)

Gorilla Shares 10th Birthday Party Treat With Pals

This is how a king-size gorilla shares his big day - with a 10th birthday party at the zoo where he was born. Keepers at Bioparc Valencia zoo in southern…

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Read more about the article New Cold Plasma Jet Set To Fight Virus
Image shows cold physical plasma analyses at the Centre of Excellence ZIK plasmatis at the Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology e.V. (INP). (INP Greifswald/Newsflash)

New Cold Plasma Jet Set To Fight Virus

Scientists could be one step closer to wiping out COVID-19 after having created a cold plasma jet which drastically limits the virus’ capabilities. A research team from the Leibniz Institute…

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Read more about the article Cyborg Cockroaches Developed By Boffins In Japan
Image shows the Robobug: a rechargeable, remote-controllable cyborg cockroach in an undated photo. The achievement was reported in the scientific journal npj Flexible Electronics on Monday, Sep. 5, 2022. (RIKEN/Newsflash)

Cyborg Cockroaches Developed By Boffins In Japan

Japanese boffins have created part insect part machine cyborg cockroaches capable of tackling jobs ranging from monitoring hazardous areas to environmental protection. The project led by researchers at the RIKEN…

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Read more about the article Scientists Invent Nano Sponges To Scrub Pollutants From Water
Illustration of the adsorption mechanism of dyes in bulky COF powder and ultrathin COF in undated footage. Comparison of the equilibrium times and maximum adsorption capacities (sqm) of COF powder and ultrathin COF for Rhodamine B. Researchers developed nano sponges that can efficiently filter organic pollutants from water as stated by the University of Vienna on Aug. 1, 2022. (Changxia Li, Freddy Kleitz et al./Newsflash)

Scientists Invent Nano Sponges To Scrub Pollutants From Water

A research team has created nano sponges that can effectively filter organic pollutants from water. Researchers Changxia Li and Freddy Kleitz from the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of…

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