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Attention all scientists (please RT): Announcing an urgent call at Royal Society Open Science for rapidly reviewed Registered Reports in any field related to #coronavirus https://t.co/DLgZCGY20e #COVID19 @RegReports THREAD
Shiraishi group @osaka_univ_e @OsakaU_Research reports photocatalytic hydrogen peroxide splitting on metal-free powders assisted by phosphoric acid as a stabilizer. This strategy avoids the undesirable H2O2 disproportionation. @NatureComms https://t.co/3WEKVI4G0d
#ClimateChange leads to faster-moving tropical cyclones making landfall in Texas. As shown in new research from @turbulentjet, @EbNabizadeh, @SCamargo, @sneakypeteiii, @RiceUniversity, @LamontEarth, @Harvard https://t.co/tlAiyt8BNB https://t.co/vfTXwsaApN
Stability is crucial for catalysts, but knowing how they degrade can inform future design. Congrats to Prof Zhang and team for identifying and eliminating self-reduction in CO2-to-formate electrocatalysts to improve stability! https://t.co/Vz3II8Fbaa