The AZoCleantech.com "Clean Technology Thought Leaders" series is a selection of articles and interviews covering the key issues facing the world of clean technology, renewable energy, environmental science and climatology. All interviews are conducted with experts who have been invited as recognised leaders in their fields to provide a "state of the art" contribution.
Martina Petranikova, from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, speaks to AZoCleantech about her team's optimized battery recycling process which is a vital step towards accelerating the electromobility society of the future.
AZoCleantech speaks to Jenna Guffogg about their research on remote sensing and its use in coastal plastic waste. Guffogg talks about the extent of plastic waste in beach areas and how satellite imaging will improve the ability to track and remove it.
AZoCleantech interviews Dr. Joe Milnes, Head of JET Operations, UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), about his team's record-breaking experiment that is helping to accelerate the future of limitless, clean energy.
This International Women's Day, AZoCleantech spoke to inspiring women who have made a difference in the Clean Technology field. They share their experiences of working in STEM, their key achievements, any future projects they are working on, and the importance of breaking the bias to develop an equal future.
AZoCleantech speaks to Robert Cowie from the Pacific Biosciences Research Center at the University of Hawaii about his team's research on the Sixth Mass Extinction.
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Francois Lapointe from the University of Massachusetts about his team's research into the Little Ice Age. The team has indicated that major volcanic eruptions and the intrusion of warm Atlantic waters into the Nordic Seas in the late 1300s were significant factors that may have caused the Little Ice Age.
AZoCleantech spoke to Dr. Laura Christianson P.E. about current water quality conservation practices and how they may not go far enough in providing environmental benefits. Christianson goes into detail about her unique study in this interview.
AZoCleantech speaks to several inspiring women within the clean technology sector to commemorate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2022 and to help recognize the important role women and girls play in STEM.
AZoCleantech speaks with Koki Nishitsuji from Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology about his research into developing a tool that can establish the diversity of hard corals on a reef by examining the DNA in a sample of seawater.
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Ken Chiang from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Chiang explains how his team instantly converted CO2 into a solid in a ground-breaking study.