“Physical Internet” to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated With Logistics

Engineers at Virginia Tech University and the University of Arkansas conducted a study which shows that if businesses are linked together through a shared...
Science is Clear - Human Activity is Influencing Climate Change

Climate Change: “Clear Evidence for a Discernible Human Influence” – Science Speaks

For those who still doubt climate change, and there are many, it seems appropriate to note that scientists studying climate change, about 97% of...
Nissan LEAF Semi-Autonomous Vehicle Will be Tested on Japan's Roads and Highways

Nissan Leaf Granted Permit to Test Semi-Autonomous Vehicles on Japan’s roads

By 2020, Nissan expects to have fully-autonomous vehicles on the road but, in order to do that, Nissan will have to prove that they...

Researchers Find New Way to Make Less Toxic Super-Fast Graphene Transistors

Graphene has a great potential to make electronic devices such as phones, radios and computers smaller and faster. The new graphene-based technology could play a key role in waste reduction and energy conservation.

Researchers Found An Enzyme That Could Get Gasoline From Thin Air

"This organism is a very common soil bacteria that is very well understood and has been studied for a long time. But while we were studying it, we realized that the enzyme has some unusual behavior", said Markus Ribbe, a scientist at the University of California.

Protein Nanotubes Could Make Solar Panels Self-Washable

Scientists at the Tel Aviv University (TAU) are sure that their newest research in the nanotechnology field could lead to the development of a new type of solar panels and glass that need no cleaning and apparently put window washers out of work.

Sewage Could Be a New Way For Cheap Hydrogen

In the field of hydrogen fuel cell production, Oregon State University researchers have discovered that sewage can produce cheap hydrogen. In comparison with traditional electrolysis technology, sewage can produce hydrogen at a lower cost.

LED-powered Christmas Tree

Ever thought about how much electricity does your Christmas tree consume? You need not to be scarce, but think on big scale how many...

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...

Tiny Biological Fuel Cells Could Power Future Implants

Scientists at the University of Georgia have discovered a new way to grow molecular wire brushes that conduct electrical charges. According to the researchers, this discovery is the first step in developing fuel cells for devices such as cochlear implants, prosthetic limbs and pacemakers.