First practical tests of marine fuel cells on board AIDAnova planned for 2021
Flood prevention measures—such as mounting a home on stilts—are increasingly necessary as flood events become more common.
CSIRO scientists have developed new nanosensors capable of detecting very low concentrations of toxic gases such as ammonia and nitrogen dioxide, which can be reset using water molecules or ethanol.
2nd CO2-Conference on Carbon Dioxide as Feedstock for Chemistry and Polymers in “Haus der Technik” Essen, Germany, October 7th to 9th 2013
Sustainability – solar fuels from the sun, not fossil fuels from the earth.
Harvesting waste heat from power stations and even vehicle exhaust pipes could soon provide a valuable supply of electricity.
University of Adelaide researchers have developed a new nanomaterial that could help reduce carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power stations.
New research adds to knowledge of potential toxicity of nanomaterials.
NAS announces grant to Vincent Rotelloto develop, test and deploy inkjet-printed, nanoparticle-based test strips for detecting bacteria in drinking water.
A colorimetric assay system based on urine and nanoparticles for mercury detection has been developed by researchers from Nanyang Technological University.
UC Santa Barbara researchers demonstrate first n-type field effect transistors on monolayer tungsten diselenide with record performance.
Sensor aims to detect homemade explosives made with hydrogen peroxide without false positives from substances such as toothpaste.