Article - 23 Jul 2008
Green cleaning products and green cleaning is increasing in popularity as people become more aware of their health, the dangers of some cleaning products and their often inflated costs. Effective,...
News - 26 Sep 2016
When you eat fish, it may contain tiny pieces of plastic.
And without even knowing it, you may be adding to the plastic pollution that is washing into oceans and winding up in the fish we...
News - 18 Oct 2016
Teams in global competition want to convert CO2 waste into products ranging from building materials to toothpaste.
XPRIZE, the world’s leader in designing and managing incentive competitions to...
News - 23 Jan 2013
When people wash their hands with antibacterial soap, most don't think about where the chemicals contained in that soap end up. University of Minnesota engineering researchers do.
News - 6 Jun 2013
If you’ve been on or near the water, you’ve seen it—the plastic trash that litters oceans, lakes, and streams worldwide. But visible plastic—soda bottles, lighters, flip-flops,...
News - 4 Feb 2011
The researchers at the University of Oxford have developed a new method to make solar cells from a metal oxide available in toothpaste.
The research team, headed by Henry Snaith of the...
News - 11 Nov 2009
In an advance that could help ease health and environmental concerns about the emerging nanotechnology industry, scientists are reporting development of technology for changing the behavior of...
Article - 26 Nov 2018
While there has been increased effort to recycle materials in order to reduce energy consumption, raw material production and land fill.
News - 26 Oct 2012
Leipzig. Researchers from Germany and Slovakia have pointed out that the chemical triclosan is one of those particularly harmful substances for the ecological status of rivers that are still not...
News - 1 Jun 2012
During the past 20 years, researchers and regulators have been particularly concerned about the potential effects of chemicals used in personal care products and pharmaceuticals, and the possible...