By Chemistry World2016-11-02T00:00:00+00:00
Leaves of weed could even be used to mop-up slicks
Hairy plants aid oil-absorbing material design was first published by Chemistry World.
Mae Geertje yn addysgu myfyrwyr prifysgol ac yn arwain y gwaith o ddatblygu deunyddiau sydd wedi’u creu o facteria.
Geertje teaches university students and leads the development of materials made from bacteria.
Emma protects our health and the environment by monitoring levels of environmental pollutants in the land, air and water. She sets the conditions on industrial processes to minimise their release of pollutants.
Explore metallic bonding and isotopes with this latest research looking at metallic hydrogen
Airborne plastic can make up a tenth of a spiderweb’s weight. What can it tell us about the life cycle of plastic and recycling in our cities?
The next-generation aerogel with superior thermal insulation could be used to make heat protective clothing and spacecraft shielding
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