Using a derivative of cellulose, researchers explore making a natural food colorant from materials whose surfaces manipulate light.
Check out atomic glimpses of graphene ribbons, double bubble microspheres, and a solar evaporator made from bone.
A conductive, cellulose-based nanopaper allows researchers to print paper electronics without needing expensive microfabrication techniques.
Brownmillerite, found in natural mineral deposits, could help disinfect water in resource-poor regions.
Peatlands are among the most valuable ecosystems on Earth but when damaged are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions.
Researchers have created a high performance and selective activated carbon from the dairy industry’s excess milk for scalable carbon capture.
A growing bioeconomy requires increasing amounts of biomass from residues, wastes, and industrial crops for bio‐based products and energy.
A sustainable technique for cleaning polluted water.
Photovoltaic-membrane distillation turns waste heat from solar panels into a power source to drive an efficient water distillation process.
Today’s green chemistry technologies open the route to a broader and richer economy for lemons, well beyond the fresh fruit and fruit juice markets.