A green, renewable, and environmentally friendly strategy to remove toxic dye from wastewater.
The potential of spider venom for environmentally friendly insecticides
With population growth and fast socio-economic development, water shortage is becoming a serious issue worldwide.
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Whathappens under a tree, or in the forest, when it rains? The answer to this fundamental question has occupied generations of forest hydrologists, forest ecologists, and biogeochemists.
A look beyond predefined risk assessments, an explicit focus on value- and place-based priorities and decision making processes to access the impact on vulnerable communities at the center of analysis, to identify where, how, and when to target concrete efforts for risk reduction and prevent intolerable losses due to climate change.
A recent Review takes an in-depth look at the current status and future prospects of supercritical transesterification.
A team of Fulbright NEXUS researchers takes stock of the literature and charts a path forward for situating the ‘local’ in climate change adaptation. (Image credit: Pekchar/Fotolia)
Prof. Elizabeth Biddinger talks about her recent article on copper-based catalysts for carbon dioxide electroreduction, which brings new insights towards the renewable conversion of carbon dioxide, a well-known greenhouse gas, into green fuels and chemicals.
Professor Christos Maravelias of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA, and Dr. Jeffrey Herron, now of The Dow Chemical Company talk about their recent article on a systems level approach to biomass upgrading strategies for the next-generation biorefinery.
A recent review discusses the various factors that promote bottled water as superior to tap water.
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.