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  • Article - 11 Mar 2020
    Researchers from the University of Los Angeles and Arizona State University have developed tiny artificial sunflowers that can automatically lean in the direction of sunlight.
  • Article - 10 Mar 2020
    The Ocean Cleanup is a non-profit organization that has been carrying out what it refers to as “the largest clean-up in history”. This ambitious, two-pronged project rolled out advanced technological...
  • Article - 20 Feb 2020
    To keep up with energy demands, scientists are striving to make solar cells more efficient by using thin films so that more electricity can be generated from the same amount of sunlight.
  • News - 13 Mar 2008
    Promoting the green design, construction, renovation and operation of buildings could cut North American greenhouse gas emissions that are fuelling climate change more deeply, quickly and cheaply than...
  • Article - 13 Feb 2020
    A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland discusses a novel technology that channels incidental energy from wood sources into stored electricity for future use.
  • Article - 14 Nov 2019
    To manufacture thin film devices, the thin film is coated, and the base material and any intermediary layers of the thin film must be kept incredibly clean.
  • Article - 14 Nov 2019
    High-temperature furnaces (HTFs) typically utilize electrical heating systems, advanced insulation materials, and innovative design to generate temperatures as high as 3000 °C.
  • Article - 14 Nov 2019
    Thin film technology – the application of materials ranging between several micrometers and a fraction of a nanometer in thickness – is becoming a major focus of approaches tackling climate change.
  • Article - 14 Nov 2019
    AFM is used in numerous ways in environmental sciences and has helped researchers to both develop new clean technologies and better understand the potential environmental impact of them.
  • Article - 12 Nov 2019
    Hornsea Project One is the world's largest offshore wind farm with a 1.2 GW capacity to power one million homes.