Some of the thinnest materials known to mankind may provide solutions to scientists in their quest to curb the effects of global warming.
In a groundbreaking leap towards revolutionizing microbial fuel cell (MFC) technology, recent research has unveiled a transformative solution that promises to reshape the landscape of clean energy generation and wastewater treatment.
Recent research published in the journal Scientific Reports has highlighted how WPCBs can be sustainably recycled as material for concrete reinforcement.
Robertet, a world leader in natural products based in France, has joined forces with Interstellar Lab, an American-French start-up that specializes in biotechnologies. Together, Robertet and Interstellar Lab will revolutionize precision agriculture in the production of plant-based, natural ingredients.
A new study shows unprecedented heat is likely to lead to the next mass extinction since the dinosaurs died out, eliminating nearly all mammals in some 250 million years time.
Adding more natural areas across our towns and cities could cool them by up to 6 °C during heatwaves, according to new research from the University of Surrey's Global Centre for Clean Air Research (GCARE).
Researchers at Rice University have now discovered a cost-effective, low-emission method for harnessing hydrogen from plastic waste, accelerating the growth of versatile, clean hydrogen and allowing it to fulfill its long-term potential as a clean energy resource.
A new study has found a significant statistical correlation between thunderstorms occurring around the world and the formation of wispy cirrus clouds - which might increase global warming.
Following the resounding success of the recent edition, The Greener Manufacturing Show and Plastic Waste Free World Europe are gearing up to make an even greater impact in 2023. With a shared commitment to advancing the circular economy and driving sustainability, the leading European event, scheduled for 8-9 November 2023 at the Koelnmesse, promises to be a milestone gathering for industry leaders, innovators, and advocates.
Sofia Offshore Wind Farm is poised to become one of the largest single offshore wind farms in the world, with an operational date set for 2026.