Tracking Clean Energy: 2017

Energy systems around the world are undergoing substantial changes. Many of these shifts are being driven by purposeful government policies, whether to put a country on a low-carbon transition path, reduce air pollution, secure energy independence... Read more →

Laying the Groundwork for Longer Battery Life

Imagine not having to charge your cell phone battery for a week or never having to get a new laptop battery. Faculty from Drexel’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering explore this topic in a recent invited “Perspective” article... Read more →

The Methane Detectors Challenge

Researchers are evaluating a new generation of low-cost sensors to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. (SwRI) –  The effect of greenhouse gases on the environment is of paramount concern, and one area of emphasis is reducing methane emissions.... Read more →

Role of solvent in PMMA Gel Electrolytes for Energy Systems

Analyzing the role of the solvent phase in gel electrolytes for batteries  in order to improve conductivity. (De Gruyter) – Researchers at Brno University aimed to indicate the role of the solvent phase in a gel electrolyte. Ionic mobility... Read more →
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