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Researchers are developing plastics that they call the "holy grail" of recycling

The Department of Energy scientists announced this week that they have designed a plastic that can be recycled over and over again. Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory wrote in Nature Chemistry that they had redesigned plastic, called polydiketoenamine or PDK, which can be dissected down to the molecular level and repeatedly put into different shapes, textures or colors. …

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Found $ 2.5 trillion "Holy Grail"? Breakthrough discovery could lead to 100 percent recyclable plastics, scientists say

The pollution of plastics in the world's oceans can impact $ 2.5 trillion and adversely affect "almost all marine ecosystem services", including fisheries, recreation and heritage. However, a breakthrough by Berkeley Lab scientists could be the solution the planet needs for this eye-opening problem – recyclable plastics. The study published in Nature Chemistry describes how researchers have discovered a new …

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On "holy ground" Trump praises those who have fallen into the service

President Donald Trump attends a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday, May 28, 2018, in Arlington, Virginia, with Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and Major General Michael L. Howard, Commanding General Joint Force Headquarters – National Capitol Region and the Army Military District of Washington (Evan Vucci / Associated Press) by …

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