A physicist is developing a device that could turn the heat generated by electronics into a usable fuel source. Continue reading This device can turn heat into fuel source
Endangered Australian fish have taken to seek refuge in discarded bottles in river beds, a research said on Tuesday. Continue reading Discarded bottles saving Australian fish from extinction
New research from an international collaboration of atmospheric scientists, including from India, has explored for the first time the possibility of using a “cocktail” of geo-engineering tools to reduce changes in both temperature and precipitation caused by atmospheric greenhouse gases. Continue reading Researchers propose ‘cocktail geo-engineering’ to save climate
India has launched its first petroleum Research & Development (R&D) facility for testing high-end BS-VI quality fuel emissions, according to an official here. Continue reading India launches first R&D facility for high-end fuels, gas
Plucking and feasting on fresh, delectable jamuns is a favourite childhood pastime during summer months, but scientists at IIT Roorkee have found a novel use for the juicy Indian fruit – making inexpensive solar cells.
A team of scientists has developed a method to increase the performance of high-power electrical storage devices and, at the same time, decrease their size.
Automakers face a dilemma in China’s huge but crowded market: Regulators are pushing them to sell electric cars, but buyers want gas-guzzling SUVs.
Mary Atieno was often forced to sell her tilapia well below the market rate because she had to get rid of the fish quickly in the searing heat bearing down on her village on the shore of Lake Victoria.
Researchers have developed a process to turn grass into biofuel that could one day be used to power aircraft.
Billions of dollars will be pumped into a massive hydro-electric project in Australia, the prime minister said Thursday, as the country faces a growing power crisis after a huge blackout and heatwave strained supplies.