Researchers working to understand climate change, find inspiration in the most unlikely of places.
Scientists have developed a polymer-coated glass that can change from transparent to opaque when exposed to sunlight and heat.
Heightened flooding due to sea level rise will coincide with a lunar cycle, spelling trouble for coastal communities.
New design in lithium-air battery aims to get more electric vehicles on the road.
Clean-burning synthetic fuels made from renewable ethers could replace carbon-based fuels and contribute to a cyclic carbon economy.
Nitrous oxide, better known as laughing gas, is often forgotten when considering major greenhouse gases.
Microfluidic processing could help to make a competitive printed photovoltaics industry a reality.
A molecule-thick material is opening doors for the advancement of flexible and recyclable organic solar cells.
Can the Australian bushfires and global pandemic convince us to change our ways?
What if the energy released when freight trains slow or stop could be applied to carbon capture technology?