Researchers create graphene-like structure with transition metal atoms

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An international group of physicists led by the University of Arkansas has created an artificial graphene-like structure with transition metal atoms in place of carbon atoms. Graphene, discovered in 2004, is a one-atom-thick sheet of graphite. The U of A-led group published its findings in Physical Review Letters.

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Are Hybrids Shockingly Risky?

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Flash floods in Nashville, Tennessee, northeast Nebraska, Arkansas, and most recently in France and China have reminded us of the dangers associated with rapidly rising waters. For the past several weeks a leading headline in local and national news has been flooding.

EPA Posts Peer Review of Renewable Fuel Standards Lifecycle Analysis

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Participating in this review were Dr. Holly Gibbs, Stanford University; Dr. Richard Houghton, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Dr. Rattan Lal, Ohio State University; Dr. Jason Tullis, University of Arkansas; and Dr. Brian Wardlow, University of Nebraska.

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