Medicine & TechnologyVinFuture Foundation will hold its Online Science Dialogue series' second installment discussing "Renewable energy and new materials for the future" on November 12th, 2021. The Dialogue will see the attendance of world-class scientists, most notably Professor Konstantin (Kostya) Sergeevich Novoselov, a Nobel Prize laureate in Physics. The event is aimed at bringing science and technology closer to the general public with solutions that have high real-world applicability.
Research explains how tiny bacteria can be a solution to the lack of renewable energy. The quest for the most eco-friendly and low-cost infrastructure for green energy begins with the bacteria Shewanella oneidensis.
Researchers recently developed a new type of catalyst that could break ammonia under lower temperatures. This catalyst will pave the way to a greener future by harvesting hydrogen fuels effortlessly without emissions.
The US Department of Energy has recently awarded a grant to RTI International, CEMEX -- leading cement, concrete, and aggregates supplier on developing a CO2 capture system and commercially available carbon utilization solution.