Nylon can be found everywhere in modern life, from the clothes we wear to the seatbelts in our cars. The problem is that producing it can be a dirty business, but researchers say a new method can make nylon production significantly greener.
While we're used to seeing buildings with photovoltaic panels on their roofs, the fronts of those buildings are typically panel-free. German researchers are working on putting that space to use, with facade-based solar panels.
New research has found that endurance exercise, such as running, swimming or cycling, and high intensity interval training (HIIT) has the ability to not only slow, but actually reverse cellular aging, whereas resistance exercise, like pumping iron, does not.