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New Study Suggests Mouthwash Can Kill Coronavirus in Saliva in 30 Seconds

Along with hand washing and other hygiene measures, mouthwash could become a routine part of people’s daily habits after preliminary lab tests from the University of Cardiff found it can combat coronavirus in 30 seconds.  These results, which are yet to be peer-reviewed, stem from a 12-week study where it’s been found that mouthwashes containing at […]

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New material ‘mines’ copper from toxic wastewater

A team of scientists has designed a new material — called ZIOS (zinc imidazole salicylaldoxime) — that targets and traps copper ions from wastewater with unprecedented precision and speed. The technology offers the water industry and the research community the first blueprint for a water-remediation technology that scavenges heavy metal ions with a measure of control that far surpasses the current state of the art.

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New material ‘mines’ copper from toxic wastewater

A team of scientists has designed a new material — called ZIOS (zinc imidazole salicylaldoxime) — that targets and traps copper ions from wastewater with unprecedented precision and speed. The technology offers the water industry and the research community the first blueprint for a water-remediation technology that scavenges heavy metal ions with a measure of control that far surpasses the current state of the art.

Uncategorized

New material ‘mines’ copper from toxic wastewater

A team of scientists has designed a new material — called ZIOS (zinc imidazole salicylaldoxime) — that targets and traps copper ions from wastewater with unprecedented precision and speed. The technology offers the water industry and the research community the first blueprint for a water-remediation technology that scavenges heavy metal ions with a measure of control that far surpasses the current state of the art.

Uncategorized

New material ‘mines’ copper from toxic wastewater

A team of scientists has designed a new material — called ZIOS (zinc imidazole salicylaldoxime) — that targets and traps copper ions from wastewater with unprecedented precision and speed. The technology offers the water industry and the research community the first blueprint for a water-remediation technology that scavenges heavy metal ions with a measure of control that far surpasses the current state of the art.

New material ‘mines’ copper from toxic wastewater

A team of scientists has designed a new material — called ZIOS (zinc imidazole salicylaldoxime) — that targets and traps copper ions from wastewater with unprecedented precision and speed. The technology offers the water industry and the research community the first blueprint for a water-remediation technology that scavenges heavy metal ions with a measure of control that far surpasses the current state of the art.

Biophysics: Geometry supersedes simulations

Physicists have introduced a new method that allows biological pattern-forming systems to be systematically characterized with the aid of mathematical analysis. The trick lies in the use of geometry to characterize the dynamics.

Politics

WHITE HOUSE: Trump rejects Pa. storm aid after threatening ‘bad’ governor

President Trump has denied federal disaster aid to Pennsylvania for Tropical Storm Isaias. The denial was issued three weeks after Trump vowed retribution against the state’s Democratic governor for imposing restrictions to contain the pandemic.