News - 25 Jul 2017
Troy Van Voorhis remembers being jolted by the announcement in 1989, when he was in the seventh grade, that researchers had successfully demonstrated cold fusion.
"My science teacher canceled...
News - 16 Jun 2017
Researchers from the University of Michigan have created a new semiconductor alloy that can capture the near-infrared light located on the leading edge of the visible light spectrum. This could be an...
News - 3 Apr 2017
Water sources are usually contaminated with industrial, urban, and agricultural waste in the developing world, and hence, limited access to clean water is a major issue for billions of people....
News - 4 Jan 2017
Driverless electric vehicles could make meters and multi-storeys a thing of the past. Prediction to be made at Scottish Renewables first Low-Carbon Cities Conference
Self-driving electric cars...
News - 2 Dec 2016
One of the biggest challenges to wider adoption of wind and solar power is how to store the excess energy they often produce.
A technology developed at the University of Chicago, and now being...
News - 20 Oct 2016
Considered one of the most significant turnarounds ever accomplished in relation to a natural resource emergency, Israel has overcome a threatening fresh water scarcity within a...
News - 28 Sep 2016
You might think cars with low carbon emissions are expensive. Think again. A newly-published study by MIT researchers shows that when operating and maintenance costs are included in a vehicle’s...
News - 3 Aug 2016
A new, innovative solar cell that can convert carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into usable hydrocarbon fuel has been developed by scientists at the University of Illinois, Chicago. The efficient...
News - 19 Jul 2016
Greenhouse gases and various other emissions resulting from the production and usage of power have been reduced by ‘smart grid’ technologies.
One estimate highlights that by 2030...
News - 3 Jun 2016
A range of policy solutions is necessary to reduce carbon dioxide emissions generated by the energy and transportation sectors, speakers at a 6 May symposium on energy and the economy said.