There appears a glimmer of hope amidst all the doom and gloom of global warming and climate change.
A material designed by MIT chemical engineers can react with carbon dioxide from the air, to grow, strengthen, and even repair itself.
World energy consumption projections predict that coal will remain one of the world's main energy sources in coming decades, and a growing share of it will be used in CTL, the conversion of coal to liquid fuels.
For decades scientists have investigated the influence of the world's oceans in trapping greenhouse gasses. But a groundbreaking new study involving an academic from Heriot-Watt University has found ocean waves play a greater role in…