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Scientists find new material that can detect high-energy X-rays in much better way

Scientists are in a race to improve X-ray technology, a crucial tool used by doctors to see inside our bodies without surgery and by...

This wearable patch could monitor estrogen in sweat wirelessly

Estrogen, a hormone primarily associated with women’s health, plays a crucial role in various aspects of female fertility and overall well-being. It has numerous responsibilities,...

Scientists find easier way to get valuable metals from battery waste

In a significant breakthrough, scientists at Rice University have devised an ingenious method to recycle batteries, potentially transforming the way we reclaim valuable metals...

Sunlight superhighways: A bright leap forward for organic solar cells

Solar power is like a gift from the sun, giving us loads of energy every day. But when we try to catch this energy with...

Scientists create new portable cleaning system for solar panels

Solar energy is a clean, renewable source that has the potential to meet many of the energy needs of our planet. However, like every other...

Solar cars could bring bright future for eco-friendly urban travel, shows study

The dream of establishing greener and more sustainable urban spaces is getting a boost with a new study examining the potential of solar-powered cars. This...

Scientists find way to turn waste sand into new concrete

In a significant breakthrough, researchers at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) have developed an innovative form of concrete, transforming waste sand from the metal casting...

Why skyscrapers take so long to build: new study reveals we can do better

Building skyscrapers is a slow process. Why? Researchers say we're being too cautious because we're not sure how wind will affect these tall structures. A new study...

Scientists find new way to make batteries last longer and safer

Ever wonder why your phone battery dies so quickly or why electric cars can't go super far without needing a recharge? Scientists at NTNU are...

Scientists explore 2D material to make computer chips smaller and more powerful

We all want our gadgets—like phones and computers—to be faster, smaller, and use less energy. Usually, these gadgets are powered by tiny "chips" made...