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  • Scientists develop a New Material to get rid of harmful dye pollutants from water using Solar Energy

    CE: Crazy Engineers , 3rd Jul 2017

    With the accelerated industrial progress of our modern world comes the bane of disposal of environmentally harmful wastes as synthetic dye pollutants, released at a rate of nearly 300,000 tonnes a year into the world’s water. Researchers from Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University, U.K hold the key to the problem in the form of a novel, non-hazardous photocatalytic material.

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  • Waterproofing and antifouling materials developed

    CHEMEUROPE.com , 12th Jun 2017

    'Green' project led by Swansea scientists could replace more expensive and hazardous materials used for waterproofing and antifouling/fogging.

    New materials have been developed by scientists in the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University which is nontoxic, economical and shows promise to replace more expensive and hazardous materials used for waterproofing and antifouling/fogging

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  • 'Green' project led by Swansea scientists could replace more expensive and hazardous materials used for waterproofing and antifouling/fogging.

    Swansea University Latest Research , 9th Jun 2017

    A new class of nanomaterials with tunable wettability have important applications ranging from antifouling to water proofing surfaces. Materials made by scientists at Swansea University are inexpensive, nontoxic and can be applied to a variety of surfaces via spray- or spin-coating.

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  • ESRI Scientists Develop New Class of Nanomaterials with Tunable Wettability

    AZO NANO , 9th Jun 2017

    Scientists in the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University have developed new materials that are economical, nontoxic and that show promise to replace more dangerous and expensive materials used for fogging/antifouling and waterproofing.

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  • New waterproofing and antifouling materials developed by Swansea Scientists

    Eureka , 8th Jun 2017

    'Green' project led by Swansea scientists could replace more expensive and hazardous materials used for waterproofing and antifouling/fogging.

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