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Durian could make super-fast electric chargers – University of Sydney, Australia

Durian Husk was a Waste? The husk of durians often thrown away as waste can be recycled into energy storage devices to rapidly charge electric vehicles and gadgets. Professors at University of Sydney Vincent Gomes and his colleagues made use of discarded husks from durians and jackfruits to make superlight, hollow materials called aerogels. The aerogels make efficient component parts…

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2020 was a series of rolling disasters, including the greatest health crisis our nation has faced, the double whammy of the coronavirus and dengue. While 2020 was not short of its 'challenges', we ... See more

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