Researchers at the University of Cambridge have created a portable, floating solar-powered device that can convert contaminated water or seawater into clean hydrogen fuel and purified water. This device can
A team of researcher at the University of Cambridge claims to have created a machine that converts CO2 and plastic trash into sustainable fuel and other valuable materials using just
The University of Cambridge researchers created ultra-thin, flexible gadgets inspired by photosynthesis, the mechanism through which plants turn sunlight into food. These low-cost, self-driving gadgets are light enough to float,
As present energy sources diminish, humanity has been forced into overdrive to discover new and dependable sources to support life as we know it today. One of the most promising
Bitcoin mining is an energy-intensive process that involves using powerful computers round the clock to solve complex mathematical problems. It is a decentralised digital currency that has no physical existence.
Graphene, which is a material made of a one-atom-thick layer of carbon, is a bit of a buzzy darling in the material sciences community, to the point that it’s nearly
Climate risk, environmental change and environmental hazards pose some of the most significant threats we face in the 21st century. At the same time, we have increasingly larger datasets available
A new technique developed by a group of Indian and British researchers promises to overcome the problem of ‘circuits breakage’ in flexible electronic devices due to usage, over a period