B.A. (Hons) Theological Studies
John is an award-winning writer and speaker. He holds a BA Hons. in Theological Studies from the University of Exeter as well as diplomas from the London School of Journalism and the Open University. John has worked in both the healthcare and digital sectors researching and writing about the latest developments in life sciences, robotics, space exploration, and nanotechnology.
Outside of work, John is a keen hiker, hospital volunteer, and science fiction enthusiast. You can find out more about John and his work at https://www.johnallenwriter.com
How does energy get to your home? Flick a switch and the lights and heating come on. We rarely question how power is generated. Power plants and the companies or bodies that own them are usually only spoken about in terms of their relationship to economics and the environment.
Energy storage technology has been advancing in recent years. The over-reliance on fossil fuels and the investment in new, greener energy technology have, in part, been responsible.
3D printing has the potential to be a clean technology, but it is far too soon to claim it is entirely clean. From a consumer point of view, 3D printing represents a future reduction in manufacturing and energy costs.
This article describes Germany is taking to tackle pollution.
Nanotech is a leading example of the disruptive technologies used to combat the alarming rate of global climate change.
Japan began to look into its pollution problem back in the 1970s when particulate matter levels in the air reached dangerous levels. This article discusses how Japan is tackling pollution through renewable energy and pollution beating technology.
The Hiden LAS provides leak analysis of sealed packages.
Lightweight, recycled thermoset-plastic fillers produced and supplied by Composition Materials are made from 100% recycled materials.
Learn more about the service and calibration of Kipp & Zonen instruments.
Professor Lucelia Rodrigues
AZoCleantech speaks to Professor Lucelia Rodrigues from the University of Nottingham about the EV-elocity project which enables the use of energy in electric vehicle batteries to power homes. The project could help decarbonize the energy grid and reduce emissions from transport and electricity produ
AZoCleantech speaks to John Hartley, CEO at Levidian, about the importance of green graphene and hydrogen for accelerating climate-smart technology within our society. Hartley speaks about Levidian's rapid decarbonization device called LOOP and its massive potential in the sector.
Professor Matthew Jones
AZoCleantech speaks to Professor Matthew Jones from the University of Bath about his team's innovative and plastic waste recycling that will make upcycling a more cost-effective technique. Jones describes his team's process and its importance in accelerating a circular economy worldwide.