While AI has proven itself to be extremely capable in discerning optimal chemical structures, synthetic feasibility remains a challenge.
There needs to be more transparency to judge how diligent our governments, corporations, industries, and power generators are really faring in the green energy transition.
Using advanced sensors and a thermally responsive skin, a new robotic chameleon demonstrates mastery over color.
While some would contend that materials discovery will breathe life into a hydrogen economy, it cannot realize its full potential unless production becomes less costly and more efficient.
An innovative advance dubbed “electro swing” may challenge the energy efficiency, capacity, and scalability of large-scale carbon capture.
Nitrous oxide, better known as laughing gas, is often forgotten when considering major greenhouse gases.
What if the energy released when freight trains slow or stop could be applied to carbon capture technology?
Understanding how bubbles form is vital to both producers and consumers of the world’s most popular alcoholic beverage.
A new approach to the synthesis of sustainable ammonia and urea uses food waste and brown water as feedstocks.
Operating at the intersection of technology and biology, Neri Oxman is calling for a fundamental shift in the way we design and construct the built environment.