Article - 19 Nov 2009
Designed to bring together leaders in materials science and energy, Materials Challenges 2010 aims to facilitate information sharing on the latest developments involving materials for alternative and...
Article - 14 Jul 2008
The purpose of this paper is to provide the reader with comprehensive knowledge of the biomass energy sector. Biomass is plant matter and animal waste that can be harvested to create bioenergy in the...
Article - 16 May 2018
Increasing energy requirements is leading to higher fossil fuel consumption and high greenhouse gas emission, which are suspected to cause climate change.
Article - 11 Aug 2010
Inexpensive chemical technologies are well positioned to compete in the renewables markets, particularly as petrochemical margins are squeezed by the rising cost and declining availability of oil.
Article - 20 Jan 2008
Biomass is defined as any organic material produced by the growth of microorganisms, plants or animals, and it can be converted into usable forms of energy.
Article - 20 Mar 2019
A new study published on 13 February 2018 in Science Advances reports that the sources of black carbon in the Arctic vary with the seasons.
Article - 24 May 2013
Biobutanol is a four-carbon alcohol produced by the fermentation of biomass. It has a long hydrocarbon chain which renders it non-polar.
Article - 8 Jan 2013
Gravity light consists of an LED bulb fixed to an adjustable lamp that can be hooked up on a wall or hung from a ceiling. It also comprises a pulley mechanism and a ballast bag hanging from the lamp...
Article - 17 Dec 2012
Biofuel is a fuel produced from renewable biomass material, commonly used as an alternative, cleaner fuel source to burning fossil fuels.
Article - 15 Apr 2008
Several promising alternative vehicle fuels offer benefits such as reduced emissions, increased energy security, and decreased reliance on foreign oil.