Category Archives: This Week in Science

Dr. Louis De Smet Talks to InTech about Nanowires, Science and Open Access

Nanowire Decoration with Organic Compounds: Tuning Sensor Sensitivity and Specificity Dr. De Smet is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering of Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. Together with three group members he wrote a review chapter … Continue reading

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Be Aware-Your Handkerchief Might Become Solarly Charged

Solar energy materials and solar cells on the forefront of breaking new frontiers in the global energy market Fact: More than half of the potential global non-renewable energy has been exhausted since the dawn of the industrial revolution. Nevertheless, the … Continue reading

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This Week in Science

“Man was made at the end of the week’s work, when God was tired.” (Mark Twain) We will make a small peek from our telescope at the end of our week’s work, and present a short selection of news in … Continue reading

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This Week in Science – Introducing a New Category

“Man was made at the end of the week’s work, when God was tired.” (Mark Twain) We will take a small peek from our telescope at the end of our week’s work, and present a short selection of news in … Continue reading

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