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jaredthewilddog reports that Disinformation reports that Tom's Guide reports that Malaysian national news agency Bernama reports that Russian news agency Itar-Tass reports that the scientific journal Nature reports that Japanese scientists at Tokyo University have created a new "elastic water" substance—made of 95% water, a bit of clay, and some unnamed organic materials—an environmentally friendly jelly-like substance that may be used medicinally to help bind tissues and also replace some plastics.  The full text of the research papers is available from Nature for $32 or with a $199 subscription to the journal.

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dancinglights
Jan. 29th, 2010 07:44 pm (UTC)
(note most academic libraries carry journals like this, and student IDs are usually only required for copy machines or removing books from the building. also thank-you note for reminding me what it was published in, so I can sneak a peek at it when I go into work on Monday.)
aekiy
Jan. 30th, 2010 02:32 am (UTC)
This is true! I suppose one does not normally need an ID to get onto campus and into the library, nya? In which case, I'd just need to find the nearest library that would have it.
dancinglights
Jan. 30th, 2010 05:19 am (UTC)
UMBC's didn't the last I was there. Hopkin's Homewood branch library requires an ID, but unless you are checking books out, a state driver's license or state non-driver-ID or passport or whathaveyou is acceptable. I've done that when I've left my library card at home.
aekiy
Jan. 30th, 2010 05:35 am (UTC)
Spiffy.. danko!
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