At city-scale modelling, they found that photovoltaics could provide 74% of Melbourne’s building consumption needs.
New Texas A&M research might help design more radiation-tolerant structural parts for safer and more efficient nuclear reactors.
A new study by a Texas A&M AgriLife research scientist makes the case for natural infrastructure.
The framework supports NOAA Fisheries’ commitment to using the best available science to maintain the health of protected resources, habitats, and managed fisheries throughout the lifecycle of offshore wind energy projects.
Texas A&M researchers have shown that a coagulation method using electricity instead of chemicals is effective at removing and inactivating nonenveloped viruses from untreated water.
New data curated by scientists at The University of Manchester has found that the main culprit for aviation emissions across the connected continent of Europe is countless short journey flights.
Physicists Stefanie Ypma and Erik van Sebille are developing an app that tells park rangers on the Galapagos Islands where they can clean up plastic every day.
A new tool finds hidden connections across industrial sectors and identifies opportunities to reduce waste and lower carbon emissions by mapping the physical economy for a region.
A Texas A&M team has developed a concept that could decrease the cost and time it takes to install offshore wind turbines.
The research showed that a remote sensing method known as LiDAR could track damage progression on structures as the waves and storm surges increased in intensity.
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