Technology could boost carbon-neutral fuel production
Environment and energy
Basil and spinach grown under orange panels contain more protein, say researchers
Cadmium telluride photovoltaics could power Internet of Things devices
Dearth of commercial flights means fewer meteorological observations
Isotopic evidence could be lurking in the fossil record
Study confirms 200-year-old prediction by Pierre-Simon Laplace
Opinion and reviews
Electric bikes are all the rage, but James McKenzie wonders if the future lies with a minimalist kit that can be retrofitted to an ordinary bicycle
Could the virus behind COVID-19 be the event that shifts our habits on driving and flying forever?
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Lab’s first public Environment Report details the status of CERN’s environmental footprint and outlines some objectives to reduce it in the coming years
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society, along with Admiral Instruments and Scribner, explore the challenges for the development and deployment of AEM fuel cells
Dramatic drops in air pollution offer scientists a rare opportunity to study its links with climate and weather. But as Kate Ravilious discovers, it's a complicated connecti...
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society explores the advantages of the electrochemical CNT filter for pathogen removal and inactivation
Carbon nanotubes could reduce road deformation by heavy vehicles
Bid to mitigate global warming could stagnate weather systems
Astrophysics algorithm is applied to seismic waves
New technology could be an environmentally friendly way to cool down photovoltaics and other devices
The materials can store large amounts of hydrogen and methane in their nanoscopic pores
Photosynthesizing micro-organisms are at the heart of a new biophotovoltaic cell
CLOUD experiment at CERN highlights the importance of controlling ammonia emissions in urban environments
Oceanographers are not sure where all the plastics are ending up in the world’s oceans
Coating comes in a range of colours and could be used in summer clothing
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society partners with Admiral Instruments, Scribner Associates, Hiden Analytical explores the status of CO2 electrocatalysis
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society partners with Admiral Instruments, Hiden Analytical, and Royal Society of Chemistry to explore the development of oxide cathodes...
Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society partners with Admiral Instruments, ACS Photonics and Gamry Instruments explores using sunlight as a resource
Laser-based technology can distinguish between male and female insects
Low-cost seismo-acoustic device could enable elephant monitoring for ecology and conservation
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