Molten salt nuclear reactors could be the carbon-free energy producers of the future.
ESA-backed project makes the Moon essentially a gas station.
One man had a rare 'eureka' moment, discovering a way to make piezoelectric nylon easier to produce.
The new development by RMIT in Australia makes biofuel from dirty cooking oil.
Using a process known since the 17th-century, you can create your own nanofiber face mask filter.
The group of researchers, from Monash University, modified the starting microstructure of aluminum.
It can filter both ambient air and industrial waste ducts.
The hydrogen is then usable as a clean source of fuel.
COVID-19 remains infectious on surfaces for "significantly longer time periods" than previously thought.
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