The development of a new, non-flammable electrolyte material could mean a safer and cheaper alternative to lithium-ion batteries and – thanks to the work of University of Queensland researchers – another step towards a cleaner energy future. 
Tiny nano-particles less than a thousandth of a millimetre in size are providing a promising new method to protect sheep against deadly flystrike, according to University of Queensland research.





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