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Per Pettersson

Per Pettersson

Per Pettersson 1 min read

πŸ”‹ New supercapacitor uses polymer from plants to charge faster

New supercapacitor charges faster and holds more charge with the help of materials from nature.

Per Pettersson 1 min read

πŸ•Ή Video games contribute to children's literacy, creativity and mental health

New research shows that video games have a positive effect on children, including their ability to read and write.

Per Pettersson 1 min read

πŸ› Another insect can help us with the plastic problem

The larva of a beetle has been shown to be able to live off and break down polystyrene plastic, colloquially called styrofoam.

Per Pettersson 1 min read

πŸ”₯ Blue flame provides more efficient combustion

A blue flame that has puzzled researchers for a few years may be the key to more efficient combustion and lower emissions from energy production.

Per Pettersson 1 min read

⚑️ Construction of the ITER fusion reactor started in France

Construction of the ITER fusion reactor has now begun in France. In 2025, the reactor is expected to be switched on and become the first fusion reactor in the world to produce more energy than it is supplied with.

Per Pettersson 1 min read

πŸ’‰ First peer-reviewed trial showing that a COVID-19 vaccine produces antibodies to the virus

The race to find a vaccine against COVID-19 has taken a big step forward. the first experiment that has undergone a peer review has shown that vaccines produce antibodies against the virus.

Per Pettersson 1 min read

πŸ‘ Red light improves vision

By looking at a red light in the wavelength 600 - 1000 nm for three minutes a day, age-related impairment of vision can not only be stopped but even reversed.

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🧼 Soap bubbles pollinate plants and give us more fruit

Small soap bubbles can pollinate plants, which can ensure fertilization and food production in these times when pollinating insects are not as numerous as before.

Per Pettersson 1 min read

🩹 3D printing directly on organs revolutionizes medical treatment and control

New technology that makes it possible to 3D print medical equipment directly on moving organs, such as lungs, has the potential to revolutionize the treatment and control of injuries.