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Researchers have created a hybrid “solar battery” that can store its own power; the Rosetta mission lands on a comet; scientists have grown new blood vessels in just seven days using stem cells from just 25 millilitres of blood; the first single-molecule LED has been created…
Wow … 2014 was definitely a year of great scientific achievements!
On the YourFormula side, we have been pretty busy too, and our bloggers have also shared great scientific stories with you. Now that the year is drawing to a close it´s now time to go back over some of the most read articles on YourFormula.
Below the top five YourFormula stories of 2014:
You are a chemist and you have to do chemical reactions but you can’t stand slow reactions. So what can you do about it?
If Thomas Edison were alive today, he would be proud to see the evolution of his invention. From his first bulb that didn’t burn up for 40 hours, a LED light can today have a life of up to 20 years.
“The craziest World Cup ever”: in my opinion, the best tagline to define the 2014 World Cup! We had controversy, demonstrations, the bite, the 7-1 Brazil loss and… the most innovative materials ever! Discover the Chemistry of the World Cup!
From the garden to your body… You don’t believe this is possible? Discover the fascinating world of polymers by the PBM group (Polymer Chemistry and Biomaterials Group) from Ghent Uni.
Discover how computational chemistry is playing a significant role in accelerating the required research for a pollution-free and sustainable environment.
by Lydia Rhyman