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Time to reappraise how we interpret minerals

Source: PhysOrg.com

A study by the University of Liverpool has provided new insight into how minerals grow under the Ear ...
Full article at: PhysOrg.com 2 hours ago
 

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New material can extract atoms of rare or dangerous elements from air

Source: News-Medical.net

Scientists at the University of Liverpool have successfully tested a material that can extract atoms of rare or dangerous elements ...
Full article at: News-Medical.net Jul 21 2014, 12:56am CDT
 

Businesses react to approval of plans to demolish Myrtle Parade shopping precinct

Source: ic Liverpool

Earlier this week city leaders agreed to the demolition of Myrtle Parade, a 1960s shops and restaurant complex close to the University of Liverpool. Popular with students for decades, the parade hosts a range of businesses. Erin Lyons paid a visit to ...
Full article at: ic Liverpool Jul 17 2014, 1:16pm CDT
 

Deadly neurodegenerative disease treated in worms gives hope for humans

Source: News-Medical.net

An untreatable and deadly neurodegenerative disease has been modelled and treated in worms by University of Liverpool researchers, suggesting a cure could be found for hum ...
Full article at: News-Medical.net Jul 17 2014, 12:13am CDT
 

Researchers take major step forward in understanding causes of CRPS

Source: News-Medical.net

Researchers at the University of Liverpool have taken a major step forward in understanding the causes of a disorder which causes chro ...
Full article at: News-Medical.net Jul 2 2014, 1:24pm CDT
 

Scientists Swapped a Toxic Chemical in Solar Cells For a Tofu Ingredient

Source: Gizmodo

Thin-film solar cells promise to bring flexible, low-profile solar power to all kinds of surfaces. Unfortunately, constructing thin-film panels requires cadmium chloride, a finicky, expensive, and toxic material. Now, University of Liverpool scientists have figured out how to make solar cells using magnesium chloride, a compound so innocuous, it's actually used in the pr ...
Full article at: Gizmodo Jun 26 2014, 6:15pm CDT
 

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Researchers develop new method to target bone growth

Source: News-Medical.net

In an important development for the health of elderly people, University of Liverpool researchers have developed a new method to target bone grow ...
Full article at: News-Medical.net Jun 26 2014, 12:05am CDT
 

That's one way to clear your student debt! Graduate, 91, is let off £4,500 fine for giving library book back 61 YEARS late

Source: Daily Mail - UK

Ron Webster borrowed Professor AR Radcliffe-Brown's Structure and Function in Primitive Society from the University of Liverpool in 1953 and failed to return it by ...
Full article at: Daily Mail - UK Jun 14 2014, 4:05am CDT
 

Another poster prize up for grabs – this time at ISACS13

Source: Chemistry World

The 13th conference in the highly successful International Symposia on Advancing the Chemical Sciences (ISACS) series is taking place in Dublin, Ireland, this July and there’s still time to submit a poster abstract. Extensive poster sessions will form a key part of the symposium and Chemistry World is delighted to be sponsoring a prize for the best poster at the event. The winner will receive £250. Challenges in Inorganic and Materials Chemistry (ISACS13) will ...
Full article at: Chemistry World Apr 10 2014, 10:54am CDT
 



 

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