July 8, 2013
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Unlikely competitor for diamond as best thermal conductor: Boron arsenide potential for cooling applications

Researchers report the potential for boron arsenide to challenge the extraordinarily high thermal conductivity of diamond, which could pave the way for a more plentiful and affordable alternative to cooling high tech devices. Continue reading

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June 26, 2013
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Social network size predicts social cognitive skills in primates

The size of a primate’s social group can predict cognitive skills related to social abilities, according to new research. The authors compared six lemur species’ performance on two tests, a social cognition task that required understanding a competitor… Continue reading

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January 25, 2013
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New control strategies for ‘bipolar’ bark beetles

Population explosions of destructive pine beetles may be prevented by boosting competitor and predator beetle populations, a new study suggests. The study confirmed, for the first time, that the abundance of an animal species — in this case the southe… Continue reading

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December 3, 2012
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GreenFiber Turns Recycled Paper into Insulation

With innovative manufacturing processes and an eco-friendly edge, the company is turning cellulose insulation into a major competitor in the building products industry.

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January 10, 2012
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Wales Sets 50 Percent Recycling Target for 2012

Wales is aiming to solidify its position as the country with the highest recycling rates in the U.K. by calling for residents and businesses to recycle 50 percent of their waste in 2012. Environment Minister John Griffiths applauded residents for their growing interest in waste diversion but told them not to “rest on their laurels” [...] Continue reading

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