Article - 1 Sep 2017
The catastrophic effects of the recent Category 4 storm, Hurricane Harvey, which has devastated most of southeastern Texas in the United States, have only begun to surface.
Article - 1 Aug 2017
Beginning in 2013, a team of Researchers from West Virginia University (WVU), funded by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)1, began their study assessing the nitrogen oxide (NOx)...
Article - 22 Jun 2017
Hydrogen, that has only water and not carbon as waste, is so desirable as a fuel that Researchers are desperately trying to make it out of algae and make it scalable.
Article - 16 Jun 2017
Carrageenan is a derivative of red seaweed and usually used to thicken food, but a team from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have discovered it also works well as a stabiliser in...
Article - 11 Apr 2017
Researchers from the Qingdao University in China recently conducted a research initiative that looked at how this multi-functional biological plant could be used as a potential semiconductor.
Article - 31 Mar 2017
As people are able to receive increasing access to electricity, the use for coal will most likely remain one of the world’s lowest-cost electrical power sources for the foreseeable future. While...
Article - 30 Aug 2016
Thermal energy is produced through the movement of particles within a system or object, it can also be referred to as kinetic energy.
Article - 14 Jun 2016
As one of the cleanest sources of energy in the world, solar energy offers a completely renewable and environmentally friendly way to generate electric power.
Article - 17 Jul 2015
The country is divided geographically and culturally into three sections by the Carpathian Mountains and the Transylvanian Alps: Moldavia in the northeast, Wallachia in the south and Transylvania in...
Article - 16 Jul 2015
With a quarter of its territory in the Arctic, Finland is a country in Northern Europe largely defined by its long and cold winters.