Researchers have successfully leached rare-earth elements from a common waste material produced by mining.
A new development might be able to greatly improve the life and performance of future Lithium-Ion batteries.
Scientists uncover the quantum Hall effect in bulk layers of graphite, something that shouldn't be possible.
The device uses sustainable, non-toxic materials that can either be recycled or recovered and reused.
The researchers have adapted a biological technique they now hope can be used to reduce the cost of batteries and catalytic convertors.