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Conductive MXene Clay

Conductive MXene Clay
MXene clay made by researchers at Drexel University can be rolled into any thickness while retaining its conductivity.

Contact: Britt Faulstick
bef29@drexel.edu
215-895-2617
Drexel University

MXene Clay Conductivity

MXene Clay Conductivity
MXene clay, created by researchers at Drexel University, exhibits high volumetric capacitance through more than 10,000 charge/discharge cycles in early testing.

Contact: Britt Faulstick
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215-895-2617
Drexel University

Making MXene Clay

Making MXene Clay
Researchers at Drexel University have developed a way to make a highly conductive clay from MXene and water.

Contact: Britt Faulstick
bef29@drexel.edu
215-895-2617
Drexel University

Chart: Naturally Spawned Sockeye Redds

Chart: Naturally Spawned Sockeye Redds
Chart illustrates the increase in sockeye salmon redds in Redfish Lake, Idaho. Salmon from the naturally spawned redds are returning at a high enough rate to rebuild the population of the endangered ...

Contact: Michael Milstein
michael.milstein@noaa.gov
503-231-6268
NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region

Snake River Sockeye Salmon Eggs

Snake River Sockeye Salmon Eggs
This image shows the eggs of Snake River sockeye salmon, the subject of an intense hatchery program to save the species.

Contact: Michael Milstein
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NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region

Endangered Snake River Sockeye Salmon in Redfish Lake, Idaho

Endangered Snake River Sockeye Salmon in Redfish Lake, Idaho
Endangered sockeye salmon swim over spawning grounds in Redfish Lake, Idaho. The naturally spawned offspring of the fish are returning at a high enough rate to rebuild the species, a new analysis ...

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NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region

<i>Strigamia maritima</i>

Strigamia maritima
This is Strigamia maritima, the centipede species genetically sequenced in the study.

Contact: Dov Smith
dovs@savion.huji.ac.il
972-258-82844
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Force Used by Geckos Binds Two Single-Atom Layers

Force Used by Geckos Binds Two Single-Atom Layers
Single-atom layers of graphene and tungsten disulfide are held fast by the van der Waals force.

Contact: Brendan M. Lynch
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University of Kansas

Mines in the United States

Mines in the United States
The figure shows coal mines (marked with an "x") and mineral minds (black dots) in the three study ecoregions. Characteristics of the Northern Appalachian (NAP), Southern Appalachian (SAP) and ...

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Michigan State University

From Mine, Heading Downstream

From Mine, Heading Downstream
In this image, acid is seeping from a Kentucky coal mine.

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Michigan State University

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