With varying climate conditions around the world, where are the most cost-effective locations to deploy direct air capture facilities?
Direct air capture can find its roots in antiquity and will be a major technology for the future.
An innovative advance dubbed “electro swing” may challenge the energy efficiency, capacity, and scalability of large-scale carbon capture.
What if the energy released when freight trains slow or stop could be applied to carbon capture technology?
Scientists develop a light-driven carbon capture system using photoacids, creating an energy-efficient method to remove atmospheric carbon dioxide.
A lot of money goes into making tech better, but more effort needs to be centered on improving the user’s emotional experience.
Cutting short “shut eye” by just an hour and a half a night directly impairs blood vessel cells in healthy women.
A fully biodegradable nerve scaffold not only helps regenerate damaged nerves, but negates the need for retrieval procedures.
A renewable, carbon-based absorbent is challenging MOFs in carbon capture technology, offering sustainable solutions for emissions reduction.
Scientists are hopeful that a new, more sensitive test for detecting ovarian cancer might provide better options, especially for patients with BRCA genes.