Instead of looking for new ways to cool data centers, a new study found massive energy savings in redesigning servers to operate at hotter temperatures
40 million tons of chicken feathers are incinerated each year. Why not make renewable energy from them?
Researchers used chicken feather waste to make membranes for hydrogen fuel cells. The inventive membranes are non-toxic and cost less than traditional ones.
We’ve been told to give up meat but innovations in agriculture could end up taking a bigger bite out of global emissions
Engineers sent novel low-cost, lightweight solar cells into space and found that they worked for six years--the mission was meant to last for one.
Drawing on cutting-edge technology, two research groups have independently demonstrated the potential for tracking salmon with AI in one case and DNA floating in the water in the other.
A new study suggests it no longer makes sense to consider the continued dominance of fossil fuels a “business as usual” scenario.
In total, they developed 13 fungi-food combinations that produced meaty scents; the meatiest combination came from onions mixed with Polyporus umbellatus.
Architects show that it is possible to cool a ventilated building below outside temperatures using an uninsulated roof that sends heat to the sky day and night, while regularly changing indoor air for health
Scientists in an Ecuadorian forest used audio recorders and AI to gauge biodiversity. Such tools could revolutionize monitoring for ecosystem health.
Researchers predict shipping traffic in some parts of the ocean could be five times louder by the end of the century