University of Calgary develops oil spill nanotechnology

RESEARCHERS at the University of Calgary in Canada have designed a new ‘Super Sponge’ known as “Magnetic Boron Nitride” which soaks up aquatic oil spills and can be used to recover spilled crude oil.  

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The team of engineering researchers found the sponge is capable of absorbing crude oil at up to 53 times its own weight and can be reused over and over, unlike other oil spill technologies which have