Georgeite can improve the production of methanol
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Georgeite can improve the production of methanol

Using one of the world’s most powerful electron microscopes, researchers from DTU Cen—the DTU Center for…

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Scientists convert carbon dioxide, create electricity
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Scientists convert carbon dioxide, create electricity

While the human race will always leave its carbon footprint on the Earth, it must…

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Simulating complex catalysts key to making cheap, powerful fuel cells
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Simulating complex catalysts key to making cheap, powerful fuel cells

Using a unique combination of advanced computational methods, University of Wisconsin–Madison chemical engineers have demystified…

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Making a Solar Energy Conversion Breakthrough With Help From a Ferroelectrics Pioneer
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Making a Solar Energy Conversion Breakthrough With Help From a Ferroelectrics Pioneer

Designers of solar cells may soon be setting their sights higher, as a discovery by…

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U.S. ethanol plant capacity increases for third consecutive year
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U.S. ethanol plant capacity increases for third consecutive year

Fuel ethanol production capacity in the United States was nearly 15 billion gallons per year,…

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Engineering a better biofuel
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Engineering a better biofuel

While the bacteria E. coli is often considered a bad bug, researchers commonly use laboratory-adapted E.…

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World should consider limits to future internet expansion to control energy consumption
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World should consider limits to future internet expansion to control energy consumption

The world should consider ways to limit data growth on the internet to prevent run-away…

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Let’s Roll: Material for Polymer Solar Cells May Lend Itself to Large-Area Processing
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Let’s Roll: Material for Polymer Solar Cells May Lend Itself to Large-Area Processing

For all the promise they have shown in the lab, polymer solar cells still need…

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Hydroelectric plants account for more than 70% of Brazil’s electric generation
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Hydroelectric plants account for more than 70% of Brazil’s electric generation

Brazil generates the third-highest amount of electricity in the Americas, behind only the United States…

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World tight oil production to more than double from 2015 to 2040
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World tight oil production to more than double from 2015 to 2040

World tight oil production is expected to more than double between 2015 and 2040, increasing…

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