Researchers combine waste vegetable oil and sulfur to create an eco-friendly, sturdy and lightweight cement substitute that can be remelted as often as desired.
Researchers have increased the efficiency of compressed air cars with the aid of phase change materials for heat recovery, making them a viable carbon-free alternative for future passenger cars.
A rechargeable aluminum-nitrogen battery serves the dual purpose of not only storing and retrieving energy, but also being able to fix its nitrogen stream as ammonia.
A new titanium nitride sulfur composite reduces the notorious shuttle effect and improves the overall performance of lithium-sulfur batteries.
As hydropower projects are built across the Himalayan region, recognizing the temporal politics inherent to hydropower development will become increasingly critical.
A new design for vanadium redox flow batteries could help fundamental research and accelerate commercialization of this energy storage technology.
Inspired by nature, researchers create a new kind of photoelectric generator based on a bacterial ion pump.
Computer simulations provide a better means of optimizing, predicting, and understanding experimental observations in the search for new battery materials.
Researchers created liquid-metal battery that works at room-temperature. It promises more power than today’s lithium-ion batteries and can charge and deliver energy several times faster.
Chemists develop a new technique for observing chemical processes during battery operation.
Researchers design a photo-electrochemical reactor to produce affordable “green” hydrogen.
A “rattling” observed in the crystal structure of cesium lead iodide perovskites is thought to be the long sought-after answer to as to why the material is so unstable.
Researchers explore an alternative, green supercapacitor concept that relies on seawater and carbon fibers derived from waste cotton.