Green tribology plays a crucial role in ensuring that any friction and wear between materials occurs in an environmentally friendly way.
It may become a little easier to provide safer drinking water to those in need. According to Penn State researchers, a new desalination method is able to remove salt from water using less energy than earlier approaches.
Engineers at MIT have embedded nanoparticles into the leaves of a watercress plant, which induces them to give off a dim light that lasts for a few hours. With further development, the group hopes that these plants will one day be bright enough to illuminate an entire workplace.
At The Ohio State University, engineers are developing technologies that could transform biomass and fossil fuels into electricity without releasing CO2.
EPFL researchers have created a data-driven proposal for regulating the measurements of perovskite solar cell stability and degradation. Published in Nature Energy, the research focusses on creating consensus in the field and overcoming one of the big obstacles on the way to marketing perovskite photovoltaics.
Understanding Green Tribology
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Glowing Plants May One Day Replace Electric Lights
By Louise Saul
Improving Solar and Wind Energy with Artificial Intelligence
Scientists Develop Catalyst for Extracting Hydrogen from Water
Lead Battery Recycling Plants in 7 African Countries Have Extensive Lead Contamination
Microwires Used For Enhancing Efficiency of Solar Fuels
New UCLA Program Aims to Reduce Impact of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Air Travel
Research Reveals Deforestation Causes Climate to Become Warm
Edging Close to Greener Fuel Cells with Algae
Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. Announces Record Sales Month in December
From Anguil Environmental Systems
Impact of Climate Change on Marine Food Webs
Study Shows Climate Models Underestimate the Cooling Effect of Clouds over Land
Geoff Pocock, Managing Director and Founder of the Hazer Group talks to AZoCleantech about how the Hazer Process is producing clean hydrogen with Near-Zero Carbon Emissions.
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Dr Michael Hardman from the School of Enviroment and Life Sciences from Salford University talks to AZoCleantech about relocating the growing of food to urban areas.
Phil Mackey, General Manager Solar & Emerging Businesses at Origin, talks to AZoCleantech about Origin’s ‘Solar as a Service’ helping more businesses go Solar.
The MIDEL 7131 is a fire safe, synthetic ester-based transformer fluid that has been serving the world market successfully since the 1970s.
The Primozone SM-series is considered to be complete ozone generation systems that are made up of oxygen concentration and the Primozone® ozone generation technology.
The line-powered 827 pH lab is a reliable instrument that has been specifically designed for routine laboratory work. The instrument is integrated with sophisticated electronics, and a metal stand rod is fixed to the base plate, thus providing stable and reliable measured values in every respect.
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