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  • Sustainable separation technology makes new applications possible

    Membranes are widely used to separate substances from each other, for example in water treatment or kidney dialysis. Membrane technology saves energy and water, and has a small CO2 footprint. Unfortunately, large quantities of toxic solvents are needed to produce the membranes. Vidi researcher Wiebe de Vos has developed a green alternative production method, which makes new applications possible.
  • Miley Cyrus's New Shag Haircut Has a Punk Twist

    And it looks amazingly cool.
  • Ultrafast quantum simulations: A new twist to an old approach

    Billions of tiny interactions occur between thousands of particles in every piece of matter in the blink of an eye. Simulating these interactions in their full dynamics was said to be elusive but has now been made possible by new work of researchers from Oxford and Warwick.
  • New technology developed to improve forecasting of earthquakes, tsunamis

    University of South Florida geoscientists have successfully developed and tested a new high-tech shallow water buoy that can detect the small movements and changes in the Earth's seafloor that are often a precursor to deadly natural hazards, like earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis.
  • Supergirl Recast Twist: Thomas Lennon to Recur as the New [Spoiler]

    Mxyzptlk is headed back to Supergirl — but there’s a twist: Thomas Lennon (The Odd Couple, Reno 911!) will now play the reality-bending trickster nicknamed Mxy, who was previously portrayed by Peter Gadiot (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland), our sister site Deadline reports. Gadiot’s Mxy came to National City from the Fifth Dimension in [

  • These new technologies will soon answer our biggest questions about the universe

    In 1900, so the story goes, prominent physicist Lord Kelvin addressed the British Association for the Advancement of Science with these words: “There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now.” How wrong he was. The following century completely turned physics on its head. A huge number of theoretical and experimental discoveries have transformed our understanding of the universe, and our place within it. Don’t expect the next century to be any different. The universe has many mysteries that...

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  • New membrane technology to boost water purification and energy storage

    Imperial College London scientists have created a new type of membrane that could improve water purification and battery energy storage efforts.