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A dark form of aluminium oxide could help improve solar receivers while making them cheaper

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Muddy deposits of polluting lead in old batteries can be recycled to help generate renewable energy

Sheets of cells that can regenerate blood vessels and be sculpted magnetically could advance bone tissue engineering

A new project to recycle and process rare earth metal powders could help free up the supply chain for these sought-after materials.

Keratin helps the formation of gold nanoclusters which have potential for medical imaging and therapeutic applications

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new technologies aim to capture useful raw metals and materials from waste and by-products for sustainable reuse

Materials scientist, Steve Eichhorn believes cellulose could hold the key to a sustainable, low-carbon future

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Carbon fiber plastics reinforced no longer have to be incinerated or sent to landfill but can be recycled and reused.

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