Science


Turning metal black more than just a novelty

Blackening is a procedure that coats the outside of substances. It produces a barrier against corrosion and humidity. Blackening is achieved in a batch procedure. It is less costly compared to finishing options like plating…


Learning Science in Informal Environments

Learning Science in Informal Environments synthesizes the state of consciousness draws together disparate literatures, and articulates a frame for the next generation of research on studying mathematics in everyday environments throughout a lifetime. Interactive learning…




Changes in energy R+D needed to combat climate change

A fresh assessment of future scenarios that restrict the extent of global warming cautions that unless present imbalances in R&D portfolios for the development of new, efficient, and clean energy technologies are redressed, greenhouse gas…


Researchers Put a New Spin on Graphene Chips

Among the PC-plus polycarbonate candidate substances for future processor production is graphene, a sheet of carbon atoms arranged in hexagonal lattice. One hurdle to the usage of graphene as a semiconductor material in chips as…



On the hunt for universal intelligence

We have developed a ‘anytime’ intelligence evaluation, in other words a test which can be interrupted at any moment, but that gives a more precise idea of the intelligence of this test subject if there’s…