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Syria conflict: The "war crimes" in brutal telephone material

<img class = "js-image-replace" alt = "Mourners at the funeral of Kurds killed in attacks by Turkish-led forces on Ras al-Ain (19.10.1919) Turkish-backed rebels in the northeast Syria last month Turkey-backed forces fighting against Kurdish militia in northeastern Syria have been charged with committing war crimes. The UN has warned that Turkey may be held responsible for the actions of …

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The judge orders the release of Müller material, citing the possibility of impeachment

Former Special Adviser Robert Mueller announces to Capitol Hill's Permanent Selection Committee on Capitol Hill Wednesday, July 24, 2019, in Washington, DC. Melina Mara | The Washington Post | Getty Images A federal judge said on Friday that the US Department of Justice would normally have to hand over to the House Judiciary Committee secret material from the Grand Jury, …

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Uncover the mystery of nature's hardest material

<div data-thumb = "https://scx1.b-cdn.net/csz/news/tmb/2019/crackingthem.jpg" data-src = "https://scx2.b-cdn.net /gfx/news/hires/2019/crackingthem.jpg "data-sub-html =" Heavily Deformed and Resilient Mother-of-Pearl A schematic of the interior shell surface of the mussel P. nobilis, where the area examined is marked by a purple square b HAADF STEM -Perspective cross-sectional area of ​​mother-of-pearl tablets before compression c High resolution STEM image of two tablets and their organic interface …

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Chemists create self-organizing material with a range of new properties

Graphical Abstract. Photo credit: Chemists from have created a new material that assembles predictably and reproducibly into 2-D networks. The material has a number of new features, which means that it can have many applications. However, it will take time and extensive research to determine how best to use it. Importantly, research provides a very rare example of bottom-up material …

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New material efficiently captures carbon dioxide

Researchers have developed a new material that can selectively capture carbon dioxide molecules and convert them into useful organic products. The researchers, including those from Kyoto University, Japan, said that the new material has high affinity towards carbon dioxide molecules, and can rapidly and effectively convert it into useful organic materials. The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, noted …

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New Material Captures Carbon Dioxide and Efficiently Converts It to Useful Organic Materials

This new absorbent polymer has propellant-shaped molecular structures that capture CO2, and efficiently convert the CO2 into useful carbon materials. Credit: Illustration by Mindy Takamiya 2 Molecules and efficiently convert them into useful organic materials at Kyoto University, along with colleagues at the University of Tokyo and Jiangsu Normal University in China. They describe the material in the journal Nature …

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The MIT engineers accidentally create the blackest black material

It is a black that is so dark, some may say, it is blacker than the heart of their ex. © Joe Raedle / Getty Images North America / TNS The Maclaurin Building was shown on February 22, 2006 on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers unveiled the "blackest black" – …

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Check Out This Eater Of Light, The Blackest Material Ever Created

<div _ngcontent-c15 = "" innerhtml = " A rather pricey diamond at New York Stock Exchange turns into an unnerving void when coated with a forest of carbon nanotubes ] R. Capanna, A. Berlato, and A. Pinato The Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, is now at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology 0.005% of visible light That makes it the blackest material …

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