Jet Fuel from Sugarcane? It’s Not a Flight of Fancy

(The Conversation) – The aviation industry produces 2 percent of global human-induced carbon dioxide emissions. This share may seem relatively small – for perspective, electricity generation and home heating account for more than... Read more →

Methane Emissions: This Years Biggest Energy Challenge

(Rocky Mountain Institute) – Leave it to the rocket scientists to solve our biggest climate mysteries. That’s exactly what NASA has done to kick off 2018, using a spectrometer imaging satellite to measure global methane emissions—a... Read more →

Argentina’s Shale Energy Plans Run Into Trouble

(Wilson Center) – Mapuche Indians are protesting President Macri’s play for foreign investment. Argentina boasts some of the largest shale gas and oil formations in the world, and is well positioned to replicate the shale revolution... Read more →

When Worlds Collide – The Great Rift: Art vs. Science

(Arkitek Scientific) – Art and science are two ways of looking at and interpreting the world. Many today think they are diametrically opposed, but, in fact, are they? In every human civilization since modern man first emerged, two things... Read more →

Polymer Composite-based Leaf Spring Systems for Automotives

(De Gruyter) – In the quest to improve fuel economy in automotives composites have been the way to go combining the reinformcement effect of one material and the lighter properties of the other. Composite-based mono-leaf spring systems... Read more →
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