How will the energy industry reach energy security at a time where the population is growing?
Can a new process of converting ground coffee waste in to biodiesel create an economically viable alternative fuel?
Are solar panels a good investment? How do airbag helmets work? Speedy science gives brief answers to quick-fire questions.
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A surge in research activity is needed to switch the global economy away from its present reliance on fossil fuels.
The challenge is technological, and the need is urgent. An international programme with funding commensurate to the challenges posed by climate change will be discussed.
By 2025, the UK Government has promised to halve carbon emissions. Clean energy looms large on the political agenda, granting science a lot of room to influence the direction of current and future energy policy. But how much does science really have to say about clean energy? Time and again, we’ve heard the promises of […]
Imagine filling your car with fuel and driving as far as your dreams could take you without worrying one little bit about your green credentials. Well, you could… if that fuel was hydrogen. Clean, full of energy and zero carbon, hydrogen is the fuel of the future, and scientists in China have just taken us […]