A Chemical Reaction That Could Level CO2 Emissions and Generate Power

A chemical reaction that turns carbon dioxide into a solid and on the top of it, releases energy, has been discovered by a Michigan...

CO2 Capturing System to be Installed at Norwegian Cement Factory

A new and innovative CO2 capturing system is to be installed in Norway, at a Norcem cement producing plant in Brevik. Developed by Aker...

How to Build a Backyard Biogas Plant

Introduction The success or failure of any biogas plant mainly depends upon the quality of how it is constructed. To construct a good biogas plant,...
Silicon Generates Hydrogen when Oxidized

Nanosize Silicon Found to Generate Hydrogen Efficiently

The science of nanotechnology, specifically nanomaterials, has grown by leaps and bounds in the last decade, and scientists are discovering more material characteristics than...

The Honey Bee Drones Are Coming, But Why?

  In a curious new study, researchers from The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology in Japan have announced the creation of a...

DIY: How to Build the Simplest Electric Motor in Your Kitchen (video)

Electric motors have simple designs, are easy to operate and have a great resistance to various environments. That's why they are to be chosen as alternative to internal combustion engines. This is a trivial experiment showing how you can feel you made a real electric motor yourself. Just for fun.
Sunswift Eve, a Solar Car for the Rest of Us?

Sunswift Eve Solar Car Prototype Built in Australia

Solar cars, for the most part, have merely been test projects, nothing that anyone would actually drive anywhere. One small group in Australia thinks otherwise,...
Charcoal, an Abundant Hydrogen Catalyst?

Cheap Hydrogen Catalyst Found in Charcoal, But…

If we're ever to move into clean and convenient hydrogen power, we need to find a clean and efficient way to generate hydrogen fuel. The...

Ian`s Solar-Heated Air Balloons Could Harness 500kW Each

How would you like an engine producing your dear electricity? How would you like that engine to have pistons as high as heat-powered balloons? Well, an environmental consultant from Solartran in Brisbane, Australia, by his name Ian Edmonds, has designed such an energy producing "engine" from the classic and romantic air balloon.

Biofuel Production Could Benefit from New Nanobowl Construction

One of the issues in biofuel production has always been making it efficient. Various catalyst materials have been found to be very efficient, but...