A group of scientists show a low cost route to manufacture high quality aluminum foam.
Swiss researchers show that nanosilver is quickly transformed into less problematic substances on its way to the wastewater treatment plant.
US government-funded research pays off with new process for environmental remediation.
New IKV foaming process reduces part density and is more environmentally friendly than alternatives.
Efficient solar cells can be fabricated using natural substrates derived from plants such as trees.
Perforene material is a molecular filtration solution designed to meet the growing global demand for potable water.
Professor Geoff Ozin on his "super leaf" challenge - producing fuel by matching nature.
Nonthermal plasma operated in dielectric barrier discharge decomposes the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide into its constituent elements: oxygen and nitrogen.
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.