Scientists have discovered a new process to make polymers out of sulfur which could provide a way of making plastic that is less harmful to the environment.
Phosphate is a key element in many processes in the body and essential for global food production.
Hydrogen, the second-tiniest of all atoms, can penetrate right into the crystal structure of a solid metal.
As the solar industry has grown, so have some of its inefficiencies.
Strategies for growing biomass for fuel can have ecological and environmental benefits.
A new distribution system designed by researchers at the University of Waterloo would reduce electricity prices by more than five per cent while also improving service reliability.
Scientists have used a Nobel-Prize winning Chemistry technique on a mixture of metals to potentially reduce the cost of fuel cells used in electric cars and reduce harmful emissions from conventional vehicles.
Imagine a world where smartphones, laptops, wearables, and other electronics are powered without batteries.
For decades, scientists have searched for effective ways to remove excess carbon dioxide emissions from the air and recycle them into products such as renewable fuels.
University of Alberta chemists have taken a critical step toward creating a new generation of silicon-based lithium ion batteries with 10 times the charge capacity of current cells.
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