On April 11, 2022, MIT announced five multiyear flagship projects in the first-ever Climate Grand Challenges, a new initiative to tackle complex climate problems and deliver breakthrough solutions to the world as quickly as possible.
In response to the growing demand for sustainable solutions, Metso Outotec is conducting a program to develop a new, complete range of electrically driven track-mounted crushers and screens.
A study directed by scientists at University College London (UCL) and the University of Birmingham has exposed that approximately 180,000 avoidable fatalities spanning 14 years in rapidly expanding tropical cities were caused by a swift increase in emerging air pollution,
This year's MIT Energy Conference, the largest student-led event of its kind, included keynote talks and panels that tackled some of the thorniest remaining challenges in the global effort to cut back on climate-altering emissions.
In a joint project between Falken’s parent company Sumitomo Rubber Industries and Professor Hiroshi Tani of Kansai University, Japan, a new sensor to measure tyre wear has been developed which will help engineers to create longer lasting tyres.
A new study has revealed that tumble drying a load of laundry releases almost the same amount of potentially harmful microfibres into the air as those released down the drain during machine washing of the same load.
Chevron announced an agreement to join the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD). Chevron’s involvement aims to help support GCMD’s efforts to develop potentially scalable lower carbon technologies – including those that enable the use of ammonia as a maritime fuel – and the commercial means to enable their adoption.
Carbonamine – a unique coating made with new patented technology combining the durability of polyurea/polyaspartic with an ingredient made from waste carbon dioxide – is now available to manufacturers seeking to create cost-effective, solvent-free, environmentally friendly coating products.
A team of ecologists led by the University of Leeds and the Amazonian Research Institute of Peru - IIAP - has shown that harvesting the fruit of Mauritia flexuosa by climbing the palm tree - instead of cutting it - could lead to a dramatic improvement in the ecology of the Amazonian rainforest as well as the livelihood of indigenous communities.
First Light Fusion (First Light), the University of Oxford fusion spin-out, today confirms it has achieved fusion. The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) has independently validated the result.