Toward better climate predictions using the ocean as the atmosphere’s memory.
A new material shows great potential with an impressive theoretical maximum conversion efficiency of 38% in a perovskite/Si tandem solar cell architecture.
Young researcher studies the smells of plastic waste used in manufacturing recycled plastics.
Concept of ‘breathing glass’: The biobased poly(limonene carbonate) (PLimC) unifies sustainability, carbon capture and utilisation of carbon dioxide in one material.
Temporary rivers fluctuate between flowing, pool and dry states, making their instream habitats more dynamic and variable than those in equivalent rivers with year-round flow.
Clouds have a remarkable impact on Earth’s climate.
By synthesizing a hollow Pt/TiO2/CxNy-triazine nanocomposite, the low activity of TiO2 has been addressed.
Monitoring the quality and distribution of physical habitat parameters in rivers, such as water depth, grain size and flow velocity, is vital for species survival.
A chemistry and engineering nano-solution that aims to safeguard Earth against climate change can be imagined metaphorically as a “Life Raft” that will sustain renewable energy systems and living systems “thriving and buoyant” over the next thousand years when fully deployed around the globe.
A checklist for citizen science projects was developed based on a review of key success factors from previous projects reported in literature.
Research on artificial biofilms to enable the integration of electrogenic microorganisms in biofuel cell technology is presented.
Carbon pricing is a recurrent theme in debates on climate policy. As there is much misunderstanding about the many reasons to implement a global carbon price, ideological resistance against it prospers.