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    Genome Scalpel Invented for Industrial Microalgae to Efficiently Turn CO2 into Biofuel | 2021-03-17

      [Summary] A single-celled algae has undergone genome surgery to remove non-essential parts. This can lead to a most efficient cellular factory for producing sustainable biofuels from sunlight and carbon dioxide.
      Researchers have stripped hundred-kilobase genome from a type of oil-produci...more
    Hydrogen Purification through a Highly Stable Dual-phase Oxygen Permeable Membrane | 2021-03-12

      Compared with hydrogen production through renewable energy electrolytic water technology, currently obtaining hydrogen fuel by purifying industrial by-product hydrogen is considered to be a more realistic and inexpensive way due to the low operating cost in hydrogen fuel cells. The presence ...more
    New Research Shows 24-72 Hours of Poor Oral Hygiene Impacts Oral Health | 2021-03-09

      Poor oral hygiene produces gum-disease bacteria and accelerates oral microbiome aging faster than previously thought.
      A new study shows that within 24-72 hours of the interruption of oral hygiene, there was a steep decrease in the presence of 'good oral bacteria' and the beneficial anti-...more
    Amination Strategy Improves Efficiency of CO2 Electrocatalytic Reduction | 2021-02-20

      Carbon dioxide (CO2) electrocatalytic reduction driven by renewable electricity can solve the problem of excessive CO2 emissions. Since CO2 is thermodynamically stable, efficient catalysts are needed to reduce the energy consumption in the process.
      The single-atom catalysts immobilized o...more
    Green Method to Synthesize Highly-efficient and Stable Single-atom Iron Catalysts | 2021-02-09

      Oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) is of utmost significance for renewable and sustainable energy systems, such as fuel cells and metal-air batteries. One major bottleneck for their commercial application lies in the sluggish kinetics of ORR at the cathode. Exploring stable non-precious catalys...more
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