One tiny ingredient could make the most used construction material in the world more sustainable
It’s a quick, safe and relatively simple way to save up to 16 percent of fuel burned on transoceanic flights while the industry waits for biofuels and electric craft
"If you want a table, then you should just grow a table,” they say
It's all about convenience: MIT researchers identify strategies that increase electrification by fitting it into people’s existing lifestyles
Investments of war and pandemic proportions in direct air capture could reverse the rise in atmospheric CO2 and global temperature before 2100
Pretty well overall. A new study shows that the impact climate change will have on the supply of wind, hydro, solar, and other renewable energy sources is modest.
The varying mix of renewables by the hour on power grids across the US significantly impacts how much EVs reduce emissions
Simple, high-efficiency electrolysis process produces commercially valuable products—and could run on renewable energy
Thin coatings of the material could soak up sun in summer months and provide heat to buildings in winter, all without using fuel or electricity
Easy one-step technique could speed up commercialization of perovskite solar cells, which promise to be cheaper and more efficient than silicon.