According to research by the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI) cities, the human habitat and built environment has the potential to become a source of raw materials supply through urban mining.
Environmental think tank Green Alliance publishes its latest net zero policy tracker, which monitors the extent to which the UK Government policy and spending commitments since the start of 2020 will enable the UK to reach its legally binding climate targets.
Items include considering aerogels for electromagnetic interference shielding applications, the Microwave-absorption characteristics of polyaniline-coated multi-walled carbon nanotube composites and Tribological properties of bismaleimide alloy blend with a novel silicon dioxide-containing benzoxazine-monomer.
A single qubit on a standard silicon transistor chip has been successfully demonstrated as “quantum capable” in a new study by the UCL spinout Quantum Motion, led by researchers at UCL and Oxford University.
Most global companies assessed by the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) have basic carbon management practices in place, but most companies are still not taking a truly strategic approach to the issue, the report reveals.
German-based renewable energy companies Suntrace GmbH and BayWa r.e. claims they have completed the commissioning of the world’s largest off-grid solar-battery hybrid system for the mining industry, at the Fekola gold mine in Mali, West Africa.