Researchers use electric currents to detect cancer in human tissue

In a study published recently in Angewandte Chemie, researchers demonstrated that an imaging technique called scanning electrochemical microscopy could become a very useful medical tool. Rather than having to use additional chemicals like dyes or flu…
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A device that turns currents into electricity could make tidal energy a reality

There’s no doubt that tidal power is severely lagging behind other forms of renewable energy like wind and solar power. However, as two-thirds of the Earth’s surface is covered by water, we’d be crazy not to try and harness energy from water that’s continuously in motion. Given the high costs of creating new technology and the fact that there is yet to be an agreed upon design that works, the tidal energy industry is yet to take off. Germany based company, REAC Energy GmbH wants to change that. They have developed the StreamCube, a scalable, cube-shaped water wheel that might be…

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