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Eco-friendly sunglasses from Spain close the recycling loop
Scientists capture bacteria from hot springs that could hold key to sustainable power supplies
Solar-powered “hydropanels” on a roof turn moisture into drinkable water
Researchers have been inspired by geckos’ feet to develop a liquid crystalline elastomer material that bends in set directions in response to heat and light.
China-based research into using nuclear fusion as a clean energy source is the first to achieve temperatures of over 100-million degrees Celsius paving the way for artificial sun technology.
Researchers have found a way to use bionic mushrooms as a source of clean, renewable electricity.
A new sunshade design could keep buildings cool without using any energy.
An affordable smart air vent is designed to replace airbricks in homes, using weather data to open or close for efficient heating without compromising air quality.
A Chinese company is developing an artificial moon which would be used to illuminate city streets and save energy.
A new ventilation system controls room temperature, tracks air quality and reduces energy use.
An energy positive classroom in the UK can produce 1.5 times the amount of energy it consumes.
One of China’s leading technology companies introduces a mini, wall-mounted washing machine that is quiet and a space and energy saver.
A newly created flexible bio-based paper battery could enable the development of smart packaging.
Researchers in China have developed solar panels with an integrated electrode that can also harvest energy from the power of falling rain.
An initiative seeks to tackle the environmental damage caused by fluid leakages from power cables by creating a seal-healing fluid.
A startup has created an energy re-routing plug to give hospitals in developing countries access to critical devices during power outages.
Paper containing glucose and honey plant seeds can help protect bee populations from declining.
By incorporating graphene into concrete, scientists have created a stronger and more sustainable water-resistant material.
Engineers have developed a thin film technology that could use heat waste from everyday objects as energy.
Using salt water as energy, this lantern offers a cost-effective and sustainable lighting alternative for rural communities.
A newly-developed fabric can be used to continuously power electrical components by weaving a piezoelectric yarn.