UGA physicist helps uncover new data on adenine, a crucial building block of life


Early Earth‘s atmosphere provided little shielding for ultraviolet light from space, so many prebiotic molecules, bombarded by it and light of other wavelengths, had a hard time surviving at all. But some molecules became photostable-able…

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Cheaper, greener, alternative energy storage at Stevens


Every year, the world consumes 15 Terrawatts of power. Since the amount of annual harvestable solar energy has been estimated at 50 Terrawatts, students at Stevens Institute of Technology are working on a supercapacitor that…

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