Environment and energy
Black-hole physics and that iconic ‘shadow’ image, balloons and rockets probe the atmosphere’s acoustic duct
We speak to a geophysicist and an astrophysicist in this week’s podcast
Join the audience for a live webinar on 15 June 2022 sponsored by Hiden Analytical, in partnership with The Electrochemical Society
Meteotsunami is detected in Tokyo Bay
UrbanDenoiser algorithm is trained to filter out traffic and other human activity
New device produces power at night thanks to an integrated thermoelectric generator
Device uses low-cost and abundant materials
Discovery could improve climate models
“Hyperuniform disordered” design delivers 66.5% solar absorption
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Diandra Leslie-Pelecky reviews Racing Green: How Motorsport Science Can Change the World by Kit Chapman
James McKenzie believes the climate crisis offers opportunities to business – but warns that solutions will only be found with the help of governments and financ...
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Small perturbations could prevent extreme events like tornadoes
Natural plumbing system beneath the famously volcanic US national park mapped for the first time
Study finds that research facilities emit at least 1.2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent every year
Physicists working on large-scale experiments may have to consider the significant environmental impact of the computer power they require. Michael Allen investigates
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society, in partnership with Hiden Analytical, The Royal Society of Chemistry and Cell Press, explores the decarbonization of the physical world
Researchers looked at five different ways of operating in the stratosphere
Losses hinder India’s progress to achieve renewables target
A new carbon-negative process produces industrial-scale quantities of acetone and isopropanol
New study used a lanthanide tracer to follow the uptake of tiny plastic particles through lettuce and wheat
Freshwater supplies could be boosted on the Arabian Red Sea coastal plain, study suggests
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society in partnership with by Hiden Analytical, Element Six and TA Instruments – Waters, explores the methods used in hydrogen produc...
Study of 116 research papers finds significant daytime heating
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society, in partnership with Hiden Analytical, explore the main trends in the European landscape of hydrogen technology
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society in partnership with Hiden Analytical, Scribner and Gamry Instruments, explore the benefits and economics of hydrogen within our ...
Improvement of 8% seen in the lab-based ethanol combustion
Spin crossover in iron could be linked to increases in the frequency of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions
New flash Joule heating technique recovers precious metals from electronic waste in seconds
- Energy storage and management | Exhibition The Battery Show Europe 28—30 May 2022 | Stuttgart, Germany
- Quantum | Workshop Quantum Chaos and Holography 30 May — 3 June 2022 | Dresden, Germany
- Optics and photonics | Conference Second International Scientific Conference on Lasers, Optics, Photonics & Sensors 10—12 June 2022 | Fort Lauderdale, US