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Can Nuclear Fusion Get A Gust Of Wind With Trump’s Supposed Support?

Can Nuclear Fusion Get A Gust Of Wind With Trump’s Supposed Support?

If there is an ideal energy form, it is nuclear fusion. But the technology is one of those that is always within reach but still so far away. With that, though, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology says that it is advancing the ball, as is a group of nations hard at work trying to build the first fusion reactor before 2035.

Researchers Develop Ultralight, Ultra-stiff Material

Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a material that can withstand a load of at least 160,000 times its own weight, according to a June 20 article in the journal Science on June 20. The material, created by using additive micro-manufacturing … Read more »

Scientists Discover New Ways to Capture Methane

Scientists at UC Berkeley and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have found new materials that could be used to scrub methane, a potent greenhouse gas, from the air. The research team used systematic computer simulations to study the effectiveness of liquid solvents and nanoporous zeolites, porous materials commonly used as commercial … Read more »

Chevron, Shell, Enviros Set Fracking Standards

Chevron, Shell and other natural gas companies and environmental groups have formed a new center that will set standards for drilling by hydraulic fracturing in the Appalachian Basin. Based in Pittsburgh, Penn., the Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD) has established 15 initial performance standards that the groups say will … Read more »

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