A new electrochemical reactor could be the solution to emissionless cement production.
The most potent and persistent greenhouse gas is neither carbon dioxide nor methane, but sulfur hexafluoride, a colorless, odorless, non-polar, inert gas.
Resistive memory cells open up new possibilities in nanoelectronics.
Development method allows researchers to more efficiently utilize the solar spectrum.
Researchers show that there is a way to blow past Shockley-Queisser efficiency limit — once seen as an ultimate limit.
Fabricated nanorods are not only straight and tall (at least by nano-standards), but also have an optimal crystal structure.
Technology out-powers even the best supercapacitors and could drive new applications in radio communications and compact electronics.
£700,000 grant will support research to drive down energy costs in an environmentally friendly way.
Swiss researchers show that nanosilver is quickly transformed into less problematic substances on its way to the wastewater treatment plant.
Dr. Akira Yoshino and Vladimir Evgenyevich Fortov are this year’s recipients of $1.2 million endowment.
Synthesized form of niobium oxide developed at UCLA has a great facility for storing energy.
US government-funded research pays off with new process for environmental remediation.