A University of Copenhagen chemist has invented a cutting-edge green technology that uses CO2 to convert seawater into drinking water - within minutes.
New results hint that the Carbon nanotube can be used for building artificial water channels and high-performance membranes.
A new copper-based material might help chemists recycle an unwanted greenhouse gas into a desirable green fuel.
Natural availability of free and abundance wind energy has always fascinated and encouraged human beings for its use in various applications.
We are a part of the mortal world and one who has come to this mortal world has to leave it after a time schedule but still human quest for physical or spiritual
Researchers at the National University of Science and Technology MISiS have created a new type of thermocells, devices that convert heat into electricity. According to the authors
Plasma Physics like many other advance Physics courses is not a part of NET examination course contents designed by UGC but still it is an integral
According to Sputnik News - Moscow Region's Krasnogorsky Zavod (KMZ) has presented Russia's first device for detecting viruses, including COVID-19
In an energy driven life scenario and rising environmental crisis, development of suitable (environmental friendly and cost effective) methods to generate
A global research team has been able to transform brackish water and seawater into safe, clean drinking water in less than 30 minutes using metal-organic