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When divers develop the bends, it's from nitrogen forming bubbles in their spinal cord tissue. Professor Jens-Christian Meiners is studying whether these bubbles fracture spinal cord tissue or compress it—which affects treatment.
Physicist Roy Clarke and International Team Devise Way Which Shows How Common Elements Can Make a More Energy-Secure Future
Thin-film solar panels, cell phones and the LED bulb lighting your home are all made using some of the rarest, most expensive elements found on the planet. The team has devised a way to make these materials from cheaper, more abundant elements.
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