The fight to replace carbon-based energy sources with low- or no-carbon alternatives is a constant one. The solution might lie in the process of splitting water.
Scientist Javier Grajeda of Eastman and chemist Alex Miller of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill are spearheading a cooperative academic-industry team to find more environmentally friendly ways to develop the fundamental building blocks of the chemical industry.
SSA Terminals, LLC has commissioned 33 terminal tractors designed for zero-emission Electrical Vehicles (EVs) using fully automated high-power Quick Charging Connector (QCC) systems.
Stäubli Electrical Connectors, ...
The demand for battery power is surging as we buy more devices, gas prices climb higher and countries transition to alternative energy sources. A recent study published by Statista projects that global demand for batteries will increase tenfold by 2030.
Superconductors are materials that do not have any electrical resistance when the temperature is below a certain threshold, the so-called transition temperature.
Multifunctional computer chips have evolved to do more with integrated sensors, processors, memory and other specialized components.
Photonic integrated circuits (PICs) are compact devices that combine multiple optical components on a single chip. They have a wide range of applications in communications, ranging, sensing, computing, spectroscopy, and quantum technology.
Metso has modernized its Ausmelt® TSL smelting pilot testwork facility in Melbourne, Australia, to enable testing of gaseous hydrogen as both a fuel and chemical reductant in pyrometallurgical processes.
In a significant advancement for energy storage technologies, researchers have developed a novel flexible carbon nanotube@porous carbon (CNT@PC) sponge cathode material, enhancing the charging performance and efficiency of zinc ion hybrid capacitors (ZIHCs).
Master Bond UV23FLDC-80TK is a moderate viscosity, cationic type system that offers both UV light and heat curing mechanisms.
Asynt have announced the expansion of the LightSyn Lighthouse photochemistry platform with extensive range of additional wavelength modules.
EV Group (EVG) today announced that it has completed construction work for the next expansion phase of its corporate headquarters.
Velo3D, Inc. today announced that Atomic Industries, a creator of artificial intelligence-powered manufacturing solutions, has purchased a fully integrated metal additive manufacturing solution to provide its customers with 3D printed tooling and dies.
Patients, visitors, and medical personnel in hospitals touch numerous surfaces on a daily basis. Pathogens such as hospital germs or viruses can be transported by door handles, railings, or elevator buttons. After contamination, smooth surfaces are relatively easy to clean. However, this is not as simple with porous structures like fabrics.
Leading a research team that recently received a grant from the US Department of Energy, Michele Galizia, a President’s Associates Presidential Professor in the School of Sustainable Chemical, Biological, and Materials Engineering at the University of Oklahoma, will create better polymer membranes to help with molecular separation and related materials science.