Research into utilizing waste products has benefited several industries in recent years, improving their sustainability. Writing in the journal Energies, a team of scientists from Armenia and Poland has investigated the use of waste coffee and alcohol products to produce biofuels.
In a paper recently published in the journal Icarus, researchers studied the basaltic samples recovered from the Apollo 17, 15, 12, and 11 missions using X-ray computed tomography (XCT) to evaluate the emplacement mechanism of lava on the surface of the moon.
Vaccine distribution faces big challenges, as the COVID crisis has shown. Now, a multidisciplinary research team has overcome some of the major issues that plague the distribution of biomedical materials.
In a paper recently published in the journal ACS Energy Letters, researchers demonstrated that reactive metal electrodes could be stabilized by regulating their conductivity using ionically non-conductive substances that form cation-transmissive interphases.
University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers recently reported that they had developed a biofilm that could absorb evaporation energy and transform it into electricity.
Birmingham scientists have revealed a new method to increase efficiency in biocatalysis, in a paper published today in Materials Horizons.
In a paper recently published in the open-access journal Polymers, researchers reviewed the merits and demerits of protecting plants against pathogenic fungi using carbohydrate biopolymers.
In a review recently published in the journal Bioprinting, researchers discussed the advancements in 3D bioprinting that can be applied to the creation of corneas.
Scientists have developed an artificial protein that could offer new insights into chemical evolution on early Earth.
Scientists from Australia and India have collaborated on a paper published in Bioprinting which investigates and reviews the difficulties inherent to fabricating biomaterials with extrusion-based additive manufacturing methods.