‘Rewritable’ paper can be used multiple times
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Recycling and reusing everyday materials is a vital part for our sustainable future. Springwise has already spotted various forms of this, such as this deodorant with reusable refills. A hydrogen fuel can also be recycled to produce more fuel later at a plant. Now a group of researchers from Fujian Normal University (FNC) have found a way to reuse paper, the most common of everyday objects. Luzhuo Chen and his colleagues have developed a means of reusing paper through heat-sensitive technology. The researchers started with a regular piece of paper and coated one side of it with a thermochromic blue dye.…
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