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But the Gigafactory won't exactly build cars. The plan for the project is to remove the biggest bottleneck in Tesla's manufacturing process by pumping out enormous volumes of lithium-ion batteries.
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Wedging a piece of folded paper under a leg is one way to steady a wobbly table.
Researchers have developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window.
Curiosity brushes 'Bonanza King' drill target on Mars NASA's Curiosity rover looks back to ramp with 4th drill site target at 'Bonanza King' rock outcrop in 'Hidden Valley' in this photo mosaic view captured on Aug. 6, 2014, Sol 711.
Researchers are starting to unravel the mystery surrounding one of the most common behaviors: the yawn.
With colleges across the country once again opening their doors, we decided to look at majors that could lead to higher paying jobs.
After seeing an increase in arsenic contamination in developing countries, a researcher at the University of Texas at Arlington created a solution that he hopes will be used in the field someday soon.
Marie Curie was a Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity.
My team is trying to develop new materials for food packaging applications, particularly in the form of coatings to improve and enhance plastic substrates.
Micromeritics' Instrument Grant Committee has recently selected its latest grant recipient.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dorothy Hodgkin's Nobel Prize, a play - The Chemistry Between Them - has been written , looking at her friendship with Margaret Thatcher.
"I like chemistry because you can do so much stuff and do minute changes that have really big impacts," said Bierenstiel, a native of Germany who holds a PhD in inorganic chemistry.
A team of scientists from Aberdeen Proving Ground has completed the historic mission of destroying the most dangerous of Syria's declared chemical weapons stocks, Pentagon officials said Monday.
In the last three years of his life, King Richard III consumed up to three liters of alcohol per day and feasted on swan, egret and heron, analysis of the monarch's teeth and bones has revealed.
You don't have to listen to heavy-metal music to be a metal head. The human brain harbors far more copper, iron and zinc than anywhere else in the body.
Qatar National Library , a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development , has recently introduced new online databases that enrich its vast online resources and offer the nation access to high-quality reference material on an unprecedented level.
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