Vertus Energy, the company accelerating the energy transition by transforming the way the world turns organic waste into renewable natural gas, is partnering with Biogest. Together, the companies are working to demonstrate the BRIO solution at a commercial scale in Europe.
Flinders University materials researchers and pioneering German biomaterials developer one • five are using seaweed extracts to develop next-generation biopolymer coating materials that could solve packaging waste dilemmas for the fast-food industry.
Researchers from ETH Zurich have developed a new method for tracking and measuring how polymer biodegrades, if at all, in soil.
Countries around the world need to move further and faster to reduce one of the most harmful types of air pollution, a leading fuel tech company said today, after shocking new research found toxic particles in the lungs, livers and brains of unborn babies.
Conrad Energy, the UK’s market leading flexible power company, has recently secured planning consent for a 50 MW 2-hour battery energy storage system in North Petherton, Somerset.
A 12 month trial on a cotton farm just outside the rural town of Goondiwindi Queensland in Australia has shown it’s possible to divert large amounts of cotton textile waste at end of life from landfill with no harm done to soil health or cotton yields.
A research team at MIT has recently designed a silk-based system that could help easily produce an inexpensive substitute for microplastics.
To save the world’s fish stocks and oceans, scientists are racing to find better and sustainable ways to make healthy nutritional products such as Omega-3 fatty acids, biodiesel, aquaculture and livestock food from fast-growing microalgae.
One of the flagship items on any restaurant menu, from local diners to Michelin-starred restaurants, is almost always ‘steak.’ However, in an environmentally-conscious society, it is essential to find an alternative to overcome the environmental issues that stem from the ever-increasing demands for meat-based products.
Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, will invest $50 million over the next five years in four new programs to drive critical breakthroughs in tough national challenges.