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Chinese carmakers unveil “antivirus” cars

As a response to the global onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, several leading automobile manufacturers in China have started developing cars that may be able to keep harmful pathogens — including the coronavirus — out. Chinese automobile giant Geely — the same company that produces London’s ubiquitous black cabs — is among the first to develop such cars, which will be […]

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Scientists develop graphene using eucalyptus bark

As one of the thinnest, most flexible and conductive materials known to man, graphene is an important material for technologies such as flexible nanoelectronics and fuel cells. Recently, a team of researchers from Australia and India has figured out how to add “sustainable” and “affordable” to graphene’s list of attributes as well.

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