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Chinese paper-making about 250 years older than thought

Archaeologist Li Xiaocen has claimed that a new finding about an ancient scrap of paper is likely to be an evidence of the earliest on record, dating 250 years before Cai Lun invented paper-making technology in China.

This newly-developed rewritable material can help reduce paper waste - Read

This newly-developed rewritable material can help reduce paper waste - Read

Researchers Ting Wang, Dairong Chen and colleagues from Shandong University in China made the new material out of tungsten oxide and a common polymer used in medicines and food.

Facebook shuts its newsreading app 'Paper'

Facebook shuts its newsreading app 'Paper'

Paper has given way to Instant Articles that will give users a better and faster reading experience -- whether it is news, views or opinion pieces.

Class 12 Chemistry paper cancelled again in Karnataka; students protest

Students are protesting in Karnataka over the leakage of PUC's chemistry paper. Watch the full news story to know more!

Paper waste turned into green aerogel

Paper waste turned into green aerogel

They can be squeezed to recover over 99 per cent of the crude oil absorbed.

Dress colour illusion tops 10 weirdest science news

A bizarre case of the black/blue or gold/white dress was among the annual top 10 weirdest science stories chosen by the Australian Science Media Centre.

New 'power paper' to store energy developed

New 'power paper' to store energy developed

The new cellulose-polymer material has set a new world record in simultaneous conductivity for ions and electrons, which explains its exceptional capacity for energy storage.

Now, unbeatable robot that wins every hand of ‘Scissors, Paper, Stone’

Scientists have designed a robotic hand that beats people at ‘Scissors, Paper, Stone’ every single time.

Laser wipes paper clean for reuse

Engineers have developed a way of using lasers to remove ink from paper so it can be reused in printers and photocopiers.

‘Taiwan firm to make wheat, rice stalk paper’

The technology to be used is considered environmentally friendly.