A newly developed catalyst with unique, atomic-sized "rafts" does a better job than current technology for cleaning up emissions from natural gas engines.
Efficient battery systems are increasingly being used in cars, tools, bicycles and as stationary energy storage units.
Amid a global effort to transition to more climate-friendly biofuel options, a UO chemistry professor is helping develop carbon-free fermentation technology.
A scientist at Case Western Reserve will lead a national team of researchers to test their novel approach for "direct air capture", a fast-growing technology that combats climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
The "no glass on the beach" rule might get turned on its head, just a bit, now that a team of Tulane University engineers and scientists has received funding to establish a recycling program that uses glass sand to prevent coastal land loss.
Hydrogen is a chemical element that has been extensively recommended as an alternative fuel with zero carbon emission. However, most of the commercial hydrogen fuel production is achieved from the refining of fossils fuels.
Solid oxide electrolysis cell (SOEC) holds great potential when it comes to conversion of CO2 and renewable clean electricity energy storage. It has the ability to convert CO2 and H2O concurrently into syngas or hydrocar...
According to certain estimates, one-third of the world’s population does not have access to clean drinking water and half of the population could end up living in water-stressed conditions by 2025.
Mobility is changing — it’s electrifying. But not every vehicle is suited for electric propulsion and heavy battery systems. That’s where the rotary exhaust valve is revolutionary.
Scientists at Sandia National Laboratories and their collaborators have developed a new membrane, whose structure was inspired by a protein from algae, for electrodialysis that could be used to provide fresh water for farming and energy production.