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Researchers in Singapore have developed a new nanomaterial known as Multi-use Titanium Dioxide (TiO2), that can produce energy, generate hydrogen and even produce clean water. Impressed? No? Well then take this; the remarkable material can also be formed into flexible solar cells and it can double the lifespan of lithium-ion batteries. Still not impressed? With bacteria-killing properties, it can also be used in new antibacterial bandages.

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Edited by _GTech - 3/25/13 at 9:21am
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BATTERY
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Old nokia battery life on modern touchscreen phones, yes please!!
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Hi avatar buddy tongue.gif

Here is the original link shown at the bottom of the article. It explains the material in more detail.
http://phys.org/news/2013-03-scientist-multi-purpose-material-tackle-environmental.html


So we have solved the fuel crisis for cars with hydrogen, lithium battery capacity, clean water, solar power to have electricity, and bandages! Yay. Solved everything. I wonder how efficient it is. Although since the stuff is cheap maybe it is pretty useful already since they said in the articles it can be commercialized in 5 years. :O
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This and graphene and all of humanities problems are solved.
Hooray for science!
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Here is the original link shown at the bottom of the article. It explains the material in more detail.
http://phys.org/news/2013-03-scientist-multi-purpose-material-tackle-environmental.html

Hey =)

So I take it this news post hasn't been posted yet? Yes / NO?
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With all the things it claims it can do, I'm surprised it's not graphene tongue.gif
    
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Hi avatar buddy tongue.gif

Here is the original link shown at the bottom of the article. It explains the material in more detail.
http://phys.org/news/2013-03-scientist-multi-purpose-material-tackle-environmental.html

Hey =)

So I take it this news post hasn't been posted yet? Yes / NO?
looks like not. How have I not seen this on reddit though? The phys.org article was made on the 20th...must have *gasp* missed it
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