SCIENCE DAILY Researchers combined two different types of 2-D materials -- black phosphorus and bismuth vanadate -- to form a biologically inspired water-splitting catalyst. Normal sunlight could drive the reactions and careful design of the catalyst enabled the expected ratio of hydrogen and oxygen production. 1 month
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Standalone system to produce drinking water via solar energy
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'Black Panther' and mental health in the Black community
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Physicists speed up droplet-wrapping process
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First high-precision LHC measurement of W boson mass
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