Sunscreen Filter Made from Cod Fish Bones: Non-Toxic UV Protection?

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Researchers have developed sunscreen made from cod fish bones which absorbs in the whole UV range, and could be used in sun protection creams or in fabric.

Carbon Nanotube-based Material for Chemical Weapons Protection

Single wall carbon nanotube. Photo by Arnero.

Researchers developed a material which degrades chemical weapons (i.e. nerve gas) and which could be embedded in fabrics for protective clothing.

Ultralong Hydroxyapatite Micro-Tubes: Biomaterial with Potential in Dentistry

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Researchers have developed a method to prepare ultralong hydroapatite microtubes to reproduce the tooth structure – a major boon to dental patients.

Flexible and Fire Resistant Paper: New Research

Printing on HAp paper (top). The material is fire resistance (bottom). Photo by Ying-Jie Zhu.

Researchers have developed a new fire resistant paper made of calcium phosphate (hydroxyapatite) This paper could provide long term storage of documents.

Anthropogenic Methane Emissions in the United States

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A study by Harvard university shows that the man-made methane emissions maybe higher than previously estimated, with consequences for the environment.