First practical tests of marine fuel cells on board AIDAnova planned for 2021
An under-reported source of sustainable power.
Hydrogels that incorporate whole algal cells offer new possibilities in building architecture and bioremediation.
Producing carbon from brewers’ leftover grains.
Orbital Marine Power will install a 2MW floating tidal turbine together with long-term partner, SKF.
Scientists investigate shipping activities in the North and Baltic Seas to implement zero-emission solutions in the next decade.
A novel catalyst with activity 20x higher than platinum could be used to store and retrieve energy stored in chemical bonds.
Michal Leskes and Shira Haber assess the capabilities of NMR in analyzing solid-state interfaces.
Magnesium batteries for high temperature use, layered cathode materials, and cathode microstructure are at the forefront of battery technology research.
Rechargeable calcium batteries have the prospect of high-energy and low-cost.