Biofuels as petroleum alternatives: Closing the carbon cycle with bacteria
Finding a way to close the carbon cycle is crucial in our steps towards a greener planet; researchers believe that filtering out petroleum and utilizing other options like biofuels we can help reduce our CO2 emissions.
Webinar – Trends driving EV growth & how to win the race
Understanding EV growth and the market surrounding it is key to a successful business in a carbon-neutral world.
A Bluetooth tracking device to aid in the search for older people who get...
Getting lost affects the quality of life of community-dwelling people with dementia and their caregivers – could a Bluetooth tracking device really help?
Nokia Inks deal with AST SpaceMobile — What does this mean for mobile connectivity?
Mission impossible? Nokia and AST SpaceMobile are partnering to increase mobile connectivity around the world. In this article, we’ll explore how these companies plan to expand global coverage.
Biocolloidy and Epigenetics – Is “scientific revolution” a useful concept in biology?
Is Thomas Kuhn's idea of "scientific revolution" useful for explaining advance in biological research? The examples of biocolloidy and epigenetics.
The role of synthetic biology in Microbial electrosynthesis
Microbial electrosynthesis (MES) describes synthetic biology approach to the conversion of CO2 to various carbon compounds via the electrochemical interactions of electrographic biocatalysts and an electrode.
PatSnap launches Eureka, an AI-driven innovation intelligence solution
The AI-driven innovation Eureka translates the legal language of intellectual property into the technical language of research and development to promote effective collaboration and...
Rydberg atoms and atomic engineering
F Barry Dunning, a professor in the Department of Physics & Astronomy at Rice University, explores the atomic states within Rydberg atoms and their possibilities in atomic engineering.
How LG Electronics plans to Accelerate Innovation with AI-Powered Simulation
AI is changing how the world operates, and LG Electronics plans to be part of this disruption.
Green hydrogen production offshore: developing accepted solutions
GERICS discusses the production of green hydrogen offshore for sustainable energy solutions in Germany.
A “Halloween-esque” Twist of Global Climate Change
Dr Pamela Lein discusses a sinister threat to human health as a result of pathogens introduced by global climate change.
The overlooked water-bound loss of carbon from peatlands
In this third contribution of a series of four, Bernd Lennartz, Haojie Liu and Franziska Tanneberger give insight into the water-bound loss of carbon from peat soils.
AAMU DEFEND Scholars Participate in NSF Sponsored S-STEM “Summer Melt” Program
The participation of DEFEND Scholars in the S-STEM "Summer Melt" Program helps to increase the number of underrepresented students.
Amazon Leads eCommerce Sustainability with Electric Truck Rollout
Amazon is taking on climate change, one electric truck at a time. Explore how the eCommerce giant is moving toward a more sustainable future.
What Boeing’s new research center means for sustainable aviation
The future is green, and Boeing is hopping on board. In this article, we’ll explore Boeing’s new research initiative and how the company plans to address sustainability in the aviation sector.
Rydberg atoms: quantum electric field sensors
Professor Barry Dunning discusses new research in quantum electric field sensors using Rydberg atoms of a higher sensitivity.
European Climate Prediction system project (EUCP)
GERICS connects stakeholders and researchers in the EU project EUCP (European Climate Prediction system project).
Improving microbial electrosynthesis with novel cathode modifications
Professor Arpita Bose discusses how iron-based mediators can enhance electron uptake in electrotrophic bacteria, which are employed as biocatalysts in microbial electrosynthesis technologies.
Tackling energy and supply chain pressures
Yunex Traffic discusses combatting rising energy costs and supply chain pressures through intelligent design.
An environmental and social focus on air pollution and COVID-19
We speak to Dr Elica. M. Moss, about her work with air pollution and COVID-19 – with particular focus on environmental microbiology