Kerosene lamps in the household are thought to cause millions of accidents every year, but a new study reveals that interventions proposed to improve kerosene safety might not have the intended impact.
A vast range of advanced fault ride-through strategies have been proposed for renewable energy sources, enabling fast recovery and improved network support during faults in the electricity network
The waste forms produced during the process of generating nuclear energy constitute a nearly intractable management problem because of technical and social factors.
Hydrogen is now rapidly developing as a renewable fuel for both stationary and transport applications.
Predicting and managing resources in a changing climate requires an understanding of plant-accessible subsurface water storage.
Today, wind power plant developers and wind turbine manufacturers increasingly face power system stability support requirements similar to conventional power stations. These new requirements intend to make wind power plant behavior more similar to conventional power stations.
From individual neuron models to cutting-edge control approaches, the evolution of computer methods for deep brain simulation (DBS) can lead to personalized DBS therapy.
Multipartite designer nanoparticles are formed from the phage lambda decoration protein and can be used in a variety of theranostic applications.
The divergence of physical model simulations from observations that precipitated the notion of a “global warming pause” does not signify a crisis in climate science or understanding but simply the limitations of current physical climate models.
Genomics, and molecular and cellular biology have recently revealed fundamental similarities between embryonic nervous system development in echinoderms and vertebrate neural development, suggesting a common origin for the nervous systems of all animals.