Biodiesel from coffee, nanoparticles, yarn from graphene oxide, sugar based molecular computer

Making biodiesel from waste coffee grinds

New research from University of Bath’s Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies shows that waste coffee grinds could be used to make biodiesel… Read more


Nanoparticles in dietary supplement can be harmful to environment

A new study now suggests that nanomaterials in food and drinks could interfere with digestive cells and lead to the release of the potentially harmful substances to the environment… Read more 


Making yarns from graphene oxide

Researchers have developed a simple, scalable method of making graphene oxide (GO) fibre that are strong, stretchable and can be easily scrolled into yarns with strengths approaching that of Kevlar… Read more

Researchers develop molecular computer using sugar

Researchers have developed the ‘sweetest computer in the world.’ The computer uses sugar molecules as a part of the chemical sequence for information processing… Read more