Deputy Prime Minister of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia Mona Neubaur presented grant notifications totalling 15 million euros to representatives of Dutch company VoltH2 at the Landschaftspark Duisburg public park.
Carbon capture is important to decrease the influence of human carbon dioxide emissions on the climate.
Luyten 3D has pioneered the formation of the world's first global 3D printing body to oversee and inform the creation of standards, principles and guidelines for the fast evolving building and construction 3D printing industry.
Strongwell (USA), the world leader in the pultrusion of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composites, was recently recognized with two prestigious awards for its innovation in the design and manufacture of the world’s...
Researchers at ETH are actively engaged in developing a low-carbon cement that boasts a substantially reduced embodied CO2 content compared to traditional cement.
A significant breakthrough in developing a passive radiative cooling (PRC) material has been announced by researchers at City University of Hong Kong (CityU).
Monitoring the structural health of the nation’s aging budlings and bridges is vital to keeping people safe and helping prevent tragedies such as the Surfside condominium collapse in 2021.
The Nautical Towers, an iconic high-rise condominium boasting panoramic beach views and unique architectural design, recently faced a significant challenge with its rooftop.
Leading scientific publisher introduces its 12th subject-specific website, AZoAI.com - the A to Z of Artificial Intelligence. The website educates and informs how the application of artificial intelligence will impact the science, engineering and healthcare sectors and provides industry experts in these fields with the latest news and content from the AI and machine learning industries.
A GREEN build solution by Scottish-based innovators Eco which uses recycled glass to help tackle the nation’s housing crisis is set to be showcased at the UK’s biggest zero carbon built environment festival.