A KIT Young investigator group develops sustainable printing materials and inks for biodegradable electronic components.
How the German electrical power grid withstood the the 2015 solar eclipse despite the disruption of energy production from solar power.
In his latest piece, Professor Ozin considers the possibility of basing a future hydrogen economy on platinum catalysts.
Artificial cactus spines, which can collect fog from the air, have been constructed by a research group from Beihang University. This water-harvesting method is of great interest in a world where water is becoming more scarce.
Researchers at the University of Technology in Sydney have developed a new material that can keep roofs cooler than the air above them, even in direct sunlight.
New research has proposed a plasma-assisted route to Fe2O3-Co3O4 nanomaterials for use as PEC water splitting anodes.
How will the emerging field of photothermal materials applied to solar powered water desalination develop in the years ahead?
The Secretary General will appear at UN Headquarters on September the 17th to launch Energy and Global Climate Change by Dr. Anilla Cherian.