A game changer in water electrolysis technology for production of green hydrogen energy – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Recently, hydrogen has gained considerable attention as a potential clean energy resource to replace fossil fuels. In particular, there has been active research and development of water electrolysis technology that removes hydrogen from water to generate green energy and avoid greenhouse gas emissions. The proton exchange membrane water electrolyzer (PEMWE) technology, which is currently present … Read more

We Have Breached The Safe Planetary Limit For Synthetic Chemicals, Scientists Warn

From sea to land to air, Earth’s systems are contaminated with synthetic substances, and scientists are warning that it has already pushed the integrity of our planet over the precipice. Today, there are around 350,000 human chemicals on the market, including plastics, pesticides, industrial chemicals, cosmetic chemicals, antibiotics and other drugs. The fact that this … Read more

A catalyst for more efficient green hydrogen production – BIOENGINEER.ORG

The climate crisis requires increasing the use of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind, but with intermittent availability, storing scalable energy is a challenge. The climate crisis requires increasing the use of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind, but with intermittent availability, storing scalable energy is a challenge. Hydrogen – especially … Read more

Microbes in The Ocean Depths Can Make Oxygen Without Sun. This Discovery Could Be Huge

For most of life on Earth, oxygen is essential, and it usually requires sunlight to produce that oxygen. But in an exciting twist, researchers have caught an ordinary microbe living in the ocean breaking all the rules. Scientists have discovered that there is a microbe called Nitrosopumilus maritimus and many of its cousins, known as … Read more