Researchers produced nitrogen-doped, cellular-structure-activated carbon

Researchers have developed monolithic, nitrogen-containing, microporous, cellular-activated carbon from phenol-urea-formaldehyde (PUF) organic foam for CO2 and H2 adsorption. The macroporosity corresponded to the connected network of cells with diameters …
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Carbon emissions and global warming may not be on the list of Donald Trump’s agenda as the new president of the US, but scientists and environmentalists are still concerned about how they affect our planet. So when a team of British scientists found a …
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Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 29 (UPI) –It was a record year for ice. The theme was scarcity. There’s less ice on Earth than there has been in some time. Ice sheets are shrinking, glaciers are melting, sea ice is receding. If there is a silver lining, it is that …
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If you’re in the market for new monitors, Samsung might have something that could be of interest to you. Announced ahead of CES 2017, Samsung has taken the wraps off their CH711 Quantum Dot curved monitor that comes in both 27-inch and 31.5-inch variants …
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Year-in-review news roundups are one of my favorite parts of December. I really enjoy remembering all of the interesting and inspiring things that happened over the past year, especially after a rough year like this one. I especially enjoy “top …
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So, turn on some holiday music and take another sip of that eggnog latte while the editorial staff at GEN takes you on one last trip through 2016 with the most popular science news of the year. We present our list in chronological order. Controversy in …
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Plants that gamble. Floating creatures in the clouds of alien worlds. An ice-encased military base uncovered by climate change. Our favorite stories of 2016 didn’t necessarily employ the most cutting-edge science—for that, see our breakthroughs of the …
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