Sustainability : Graphene For Greener Business?

In this article, we look at how super-strong Graphene can, and is being used to make projects and products more environmentally friendly. What is Graphene?  Graphene is a one-atom-thick layer of carbon atoms arranged in a two-dimensional honeycomb-style hexagonal lattice. Not only is it the building-block of Graphite, but it is also the thinnest material known […]

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Tech Insight : Spotting Fake Reviews And Dubious Ratings On Amazon

Following Amazon suing the admins of more than 10,000 Facebook groups over an alleged co-ordinated fake reviews campaign, we look at how to spot fake reviews and dubious ratings on Amazon. Why Use Fake Reviews?  On the site of one of the world’s largest retailers and the top online marketplace, large numbers of positive reviews

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Featured Article : Playing Video Games For Long Periods Isn’t Bad For You

A new Oxford University study involving 38,935 video-game players overs six weeks has concluded that there is little to no evidence for a causal connection between game play and well-being. Why Do We Believe Spending Time Playing Video / Online Games Is Bad For Us?  A combination of previous research, social judgements, anecdotal evidence, online

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Sustainability-In-Tech : Algae-Grown ‘Limestone’ For Cement Could Be Sustainable Solution

Researchers at the University of Colorado in Boulder have developed a net carbon neutral (or even carbon negative) method of producing Portland cement by substituting quarried limestone with limestone produced by microalgae. The Problem With Traditional Portland Cement  The problem with traditional Portland cement is that it is made by quarrying limestone in large quarries and

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