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Materials Science comment, October 2014

Catalytic approach to greywater

Bimetallic nanoparticles could offer a solution to the reuse of greywater around the home.

Micro goes nano for Nobel chemists

This year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry goes to nanoscopy.

Blue LEDs wins the 2014 Physics Nobel.

Defect engineering of the thermoelectric material Bi2Te3 via spark plasma sinteringopens up new opportunities in harnessing waste energy.

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