Texas A&M researchers have designed a new energy storage device that can store a charge up to 900 times greater than state-of-the-art supercapacitors.
It’s unclear how the COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to fight inequality will affect future trends
Texas A&M researchers are testing how a combination of sand dunes with coastal structures could better protect against flooding.
Governments and industry are looking to university researchers for the tools to help them explore every aspect of building design through a lens of energy efficiency.
University of Sheffield engineers have developed a long-term strategic partnership with Unilever to help the company accelerate the deployment of carbon dioxide utilisation and commercialisation
Biomass from the process will be used to make new materials, including bio-based and biodegradable foams to grow nutritional plants in water scarce environments.
International team led by Göttingen University investigates effects on local water cycle
Professor William Merrell says the plan proposed after Hurricane Ike in 2008 is still needed, and the Texas coast could again face catastrophic damage.
Social inequalities, specifically racism and classism, are impacting the biodiversity, evolutionary shifts and ecological health of plants and animals in our cities.
Pioneering new research has highlighted some of the political difficulties with the UK’s energy transition, in particular around vested fossil fuel interests.
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