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Thorium reactor: cleaner, safer and sustainable nuclear energy within sight

A nuclear reactor that works with molten salt and thorium is an improvement ...

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Scientists at TU Delft take next step towards observing quantum physics in real life

Small objects like electrons and atoms behave according to quantum mechanics, with ...

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Professor of Bionanoscience Marileen Dogterom is o...Continue

 

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Resear...Continue

 

Quantum computers are based on qubits that, unlike...Continue

 

The current in any lightbulb flows due to a differ...Continue

 

New, affordable housing for rapidly growing Africa...Continue

 

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Hydrosystems as Multipractice Phenomena; A Normati...Continue

 

Investigation of Isotopic signatures for origin as...Continue

 

Coherent scattering of pulsatile flow. Promotor: p...Continue

 

Boron catalysis in Organic Chemistry. Promotor1: p...Continue

 

Anaerobic Amino Acid Production in Saccharomyces C...Continue

 

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