Renewable energy company, Clean Planet Energy, has revealed the details of two sustainable marine fuels produced from non-recyclable waste plastics.
Clean Planet Oceans: Sustainable Marine Fuels Made From Non-Recyclable Plastic Waste
By Bea Howarth
The World's First Truly Carbon-Neutral Car: How is it Possible?
By Sarah Moore
I-Phyc's Sustainable Water Recycling Process using Algae
Polymateria's Time-Controlled Open-Air Biodegradable Plastic
By Ben Pilkington, MSt.
Solving the Problem with Wind Turbine Blade Disposal
By Benedette Cuffari
Massless Energy Storage: The Next Step in Battery Technology
By Kerry Taylor-Smith
Deep-Sea Bacteria Release Excess Carbon into the Ocean and Atmosphere
Scientists Discover Third Liquid Phase in Atmospheric Aerosol Particles
The Methane-Eating Bacteria in Trees that Can Help Curb Greenhouse Gases
Existing Climate Model Simulations Overrate Sea-Level Rise in Future
Volcanic Pollution Return Linked to Jump in Respiratory Disease Cases
Even Slight Increases in Ambient Carbon Monoxide Could Increase Mortality
Global Warming Could Lead to Collapse of More than One-Third of Antarctic Ice Shelf
Toyota to Supply Fuel Cell Modules for Zero-emission Train Project
New Solutions for Clean, Efficient Marine and Off-Road Transport
New Approach to Forecast Sea-Level Changes in Coastal Regions of the World
Researchers Explore the Effect of Solar Climate Interventions on Ecology
Nor-Shipping Gathers Hydrogen Leaders to Map out Fuel of the Future at Ocean Now
Dr. Jay Levine and Dr. Alper Bozkurt
AZoCleantech speaks with Dr. Alper Bozkurt and Dr. Jay Levine from North Carolina State University. The pair teamed up to develop a system that monitors the movement of mussels. The opening and closing of bivalve mollusks can indicate toxins in aquatic environments.
Peter Hammond Ph.D.
AZoCleantech speaks with Peter Hammond from the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. Peter was previously a researcher using the AI to spot subtle signs in children's facial features that could indicate different genetic conditions.
Associate Professor Akshat Tanksale at Monash University speaks to AZoCleantech about his research on how microalgae could have significant benefits when applied to the hydrogen production industry.
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