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Research Highlights

Splitting water for the cost of a nickel

Splitting water for the cost of a nickel

A simple treatment of nickel to make it an efficient catalysis for water splitting.

Mushroom-like corals get their genomes mapped

Mushroom-like corals get their genomes mapped

The genome sequences of two 'false' corals offer a window into the evolution of calcification which may help their reef-building cousins.

Using sunlight to the max

Using sunlight to the max

A floating membrane that uses sunlight to evaporate water shows potential for water purification.

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Perspectives

Winds and waves winding down

Wind intensities and wave heights in the Red Sea are decreasing over time—potential for a significant impact on its ecosystem.

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Closer ties for silver clusters

Surrounding silver nanoclusters with hydrogen-rich shells offers new opportunities in catalysis and opto-electronics.

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