Posts Tagged ‘central’

This supercapacitor could let you charge your phone in five seconds

Cell phones batteries that lose storage capacity after 18 months and take 30 minutes to charge may become a thing of the past as a study team from the University of Central Florida has developed a groundbreaking supercapacitor. In a report published by the journal ACS Nano, the researchers described how they developed flexible supercapacitors […]

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How a continent collision built the Appalachian mountains

The process that built the Appalachian Mountains 300 million years ago is similar to the […]

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OOL: RNA more flexible than thought, but then also more error-prone

From ScienceDaily: It’s the ultimate chicken-or-egg conundrum: What was the “mother” molecule that led to the formation of life? And how did it replicate itself? One prominent school of thought proposes that RNA is the answer to the first question. Now, in ACS Central Science, researchers in this camp demonstrate RNA has more flexibility in […]

Prone to Pressure: How Stakeholders Endanger the Independence of Evaluations and What We Can Do Against it

It’s self-evident that the independence of any evaluation, and the integrity of its findings, is paramount. Yet there’s a a clear threat to the integrity of many evaluations: pressure from the stakeholders who hired the evaluator.

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