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Researchers use UV light to degrade diaper polymers 200 times faster than acid-based methods, in about 16 hours at just 80°C; liquid polymers can be sourced from absorbents like bandages, upcycled into adhesives, dyes: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Karlsruhe Institute researchers discover UV light can degrade superabsorbers from diapers, other hygiene products 200 times faster than strong acids after uptake of water; team also used known processes to convert the liquid into new adhesives and dyes

World first: Lufthansa Airbus A350 becomes climate research aircraft

Filtration velocity does not affect fibrous nonwoven coalescence filtration efficiency for gas-cleaning processes, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology study finds; deposited oil structure from filter is determined by fibers' wetting properties, saturation

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