The results indicate masks and proper ventilation may be key to allowing more capacity in schools, businesses and other indoor areas.
The material offers the high performance and stability needed for industrial-scale electrolysis, which could produce a clean energy fuel from seawater.
The material’s nanostructure design is based on how honeybees and other pollinators can manipulate pollen using microstructures and electric fields.
UCF junior Jillian Gloria strives to make the most of her STEM education and hopes one day to become an astronaut.
The work is part of a U.S. Department of Energy initiative to identify cleaner burning and renewable alternatives to gasoline.
UCF researchers tested how well staghorn coral skeletons withstand the forces of nature and humans in a new study. The findings will inform efforts to successfully transplant nursery-reared coral into the wild.
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