New material traps CO2 — and turns it into baking soda
A new material for direct air capture systems turns trapped carbon into baking soda when introduced to seawater.
This easy fix could eliminate harmful chemical exhaust from home heaters
Retrofitting gas heaters with this catalyst could slash their environmental impact.
Making electricity from wastewater
Researchers have developed a “sandwich-like” membrane that removes pollutants while generating power.
Self-sufficient “microgrids” could save you from power grid emergencies
These 3D-printed batteries could be the future of clean energy
These “microreactors” could be the future of nuclear power
Startup plants first GMO trees designed for carbon removal
This “chameleon” material can heat or cool houses on demand
A shield of lunar dust could cool the Earth, says Harvard scientists
World’s biggest direct air capture plant is trapping CO2 in Iceland
How heat pumps of the 1800s are becoming the technology of the future
First small modular nuclear reactor certified in US