New material converts CO2 molecules into useful organic materials

It is encouraging to see new innovations that should play an important role in addressing our low carbon energy transition.  Research from the University of Tokyo and Jiangsu Normal University in China has developed new material converts CO2 molecules into useful organic materials. This was described in a news item on the phys.org website.   … Continue reading New material converts CO2 molecules into useful organic materials

Britain’s Energy Research Accelerator showing results

John Murray Brown writes in the Financial Times about the impact of energy research collaboration by six universities in the Midlands.   Midlands universities in cold energy tie-up A prototype refrigerated lorry cooled by liquid nitrogen, not diesel, is set to be the first beneficiary of a £60m energy research collaboration by six Midlands universities. … Continue reading Britain’s Energy Research Accelerator showing results