February 22, 2024

Researchers manufacture the first back-contact micrometric photovoltaic cells

The University of Ottawa, together with national and international partners, has achieved a world first...

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A new approach to create fast-charging lithium-ion batteries with a graphite-based anode

In recent years, engineers and material scientists have been trying to create increasingly advanced battery...

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Fishing industry rides tech wave to go green

Sensors, "smart" buoys and high-tech traps can make fisheries in Europe more sustainable and profitable....

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Syngas photocatalysis made easy

A study published in the journal PNAS Nexus reports a photocatalyst to enable solar-driven syngas...

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Sails and satellite navigation could cut shipping industry’s emissions by up to a third

In the vast expanse of the world's oceans, a transformation is underway. The international shipping...

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German solar industry looks to rise again

A decade after a wave of bankruptcies all but wiped out the German solar industry,...

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Students lead polymer research into more recyclable plastics

Chemistry and material science researchers at Colorado State University have developed a new class of...

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Understanding the cost of Australia’s energy transition

Electricity generation accounts for about a third of Australia's greenhouse gas emissions. It's commonly accepted...

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Researchers explore how cobalt and nickel in battery cathodes contribute to electrochemical properties

As an integral part of its technological agenda, Russia is developing its own production of...

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Can a roof’s material cool the outside air and lower energy demand?

Concrete sidewalks, black asphalt streets, traffic, brick and steel buildings. These common city elements can...

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