News - 15 Jan 2008
The Oklahoma State University Biofuels Team’s ability to think small – microscopic, actually – stands to provide great dividends for consumers, a renewable energy company and one of...
Article - 7 Jan 2013
Accelerated fuel consumption is coinicding with its ever growing shortage and it is important as it has ever been to be researching and producing alternative methods to fuel without creating a...
Article - 3 Jan 2013
Wood has been used as fuel for centuries. In recent years, wood-burning stoves are making a comeback in many countries that experience extreme winters.
Article - 13 Dec 2012
Christmas time is here and as usual there seems to be no end to decorating Christmas trees, the season’s main attraction. Every year, a large number of Christmas trees cherished in our homes for...
Article - 23 Jun 2010
In summary, DOE needs to stress the importance of a vehicle market transformation strategy for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in concert with the Zero Emission Vehicle mandate.
Article - 29 Mar 2008
Most oceanographers have assumed that, in the areas of the world's oceans known as High Nutrient, Low Chlorophyll (HNLC) regions, the iron needed to fertilize infrequent plankton blooms comes almost...
News - 23 Oct 2007
GS CleanTech Corporation today announced its execution of an agreement with Northeast Biofuels, LP, to extract about 10 million gallons per year of crude corn oil from the distillers grain co-product...
The main theme of our research program is the application of synthetic organic
chemistry to the study of molecular assemblies, medicinal chemistry, green chemistry,
and fundamental aspects of...
News - 13 Jun 2023
When it comes to renewable energy, we are all familiar with the sight of wind turbines across the countryside and in coastal regions. Yet, many do not take a moment to reflect upon the materials used...
News - 2 Mar 2023
One of the biggest potential single sources of carbon emissions from wooded parts of Norway has four legs, weighs as much as 400-550 kg and has antlers.
That's right - moose can reduce...