Chemists at USF and KAUST have discovered a more efficient, less expensive and reusable material for carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and separation.
Material investigated by USF and KAUST chemists could be a breakthrough in developing new tools for cleaner air and energy production.
Duke University engineers have developed a material that can be applied like paint to the hull of a ship and dislodge bacteria...
Researchers have developed a special treatment for cotton fabric that allows the cotton to absorb up to 340 % of its own...
Researchers have demonstrated the potential of a new kind of highly porous MOF to filter out environmental toxins in water.
More efficient gas separations can be achieved using a new polymer that selectively sieves gas molecules.
Rice, Moscow State universities collaborate on solution to toxic groundwater woes.
Device monitors microcystin-LR, a cyanobacterial toxin, in sources of drinking water supplies using carbon nanotube arrays.
Spanish researchers have mixed waste from the paper industry with ceramic material used in construction to make a brick that has low...
Buildings and statues constructed of limestone can be protected from pollution by applying a thin, single layer of a water-resistant coating.