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Carbon nanotubes might hold the key to smart screens of the (near) future

Tiny, one-atom-thick carbon nanotubes may be the future of cheaper, more flexible, and greener TV and smartphone screens. Carbon dioxide (CO2), a polluting greenhouse gas, can be a source for producing these nanotubes.

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Old bones link sharks and ghost sharks

Chimaeras, also known as “ghost sharks”, are difficult to study because they are so elusive. Little is known about these animals because they live in the deep sea. The recent discovery of a 280-million-year-old fossil from South Africa changed what scientists thought they knew about the fish’s evolutionary history, showing that chimaeras are links to the past and highlighting how important it is to learn more about them.

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