South Dakota State University’s assistant professor of dairy and food science, Srinivas Janaswamy, is aiming to make a transparent, biodegradable film from crop residue and native grasses that would benefit the farmers and also the environment.
Researchers have used simulation and experiments to illustrate that introducing a small nanoscale texturing on the surface of materials in perovskite or silicon tandem solar cells can remarkably raise the efficiency by decreasing the amount of light energy lost by reflection.
Plasma-Therm is honored to have once again been named the top supplier of etch and clean equipment for semiconductor manufacturing, according to the results of the 2021 VLSIresearch Customer Satisfaction Survey of worldwide semiconductor industry customers.
A study conducted by University College Dublin (UCD) and the Mater Hospital in Dublin, using Camfil air filtration solutions to find the effectiveness of air purifiers in cleaning unventilated spaces.
A research group from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin has examined how hydrogen can be generated at the South Pole with the help of sunlight, and which approach holds high potential.
Researchers from Cardiff University claim that a water disinfectant made right away using hydrogen and air is more highly effective against bacteria and viruses than conventional commercial methods.
At the University of Leicester, scientists have designed a new technique to recycle electric vehicle batteries with the help of an innovative approach that many people might have experienced in the dentist’s chair.
As part of the global effort to reduce carbon emissions, there is an increase in the number of alternative energy automobiles like electric and hybrid vehicles.
A team of scientists from Kaunas University of Technology and Lithuanian Energy Institute proposed a method to convert lint-microfibers found in clothes dryers into energy.
Recently, there has been a paradigm shift toward renewable energy sources to deal with concerns related to environmental degradation and declining fossil fuels.