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Low-cost batteries – aluminium-sulphur model could provide low-cost backup storage for renewable energy sources

Made from inexpensive, abundant materials, an aluminium-sulphur battery could provide low-cost backup storage for renewable energy sources.

How graphene and gaming are helping to rehabilitate stroke patients and those with spinal cord injury

Researchers are seeking ways to treat spinal injuries with graphene-based implants while VR gaming could help stroke recovery.

Europe's rail infrastructure powers ahead with a focus on cutting noise pollution and safety amplifiers

With more people getting on track for sustainable high-speed rail, reducing noise pollution and sophisticated traffic management will boost adoption.

Electric aircraft designs line up for an era of eco aviation

With the overall rapid growth of air travel, aircraft design is ripe for decarbonisation, but widespread electric flight requires better batteries and lightweight systems.

World of zero emissions sailing comes into focus thanks to wave of clean-energy tech

It’s full steam ahead for the European shipping industry as a new wave of clean-energy tech is set to throw greenhouse-gas emissions overboard.

Building an electric vehicle without China’s supply chain? Difficult but not impossible – three supply chain experts outline a plan

China controls 60% of the world’s lithium mining, 77% of battery cell capacity and 60% of battery component manufacturing. Many American EV makers, including Tesla, rely heavily on battery materials from China.The US needs a national strategy to build an EV ecosystem if it hopes to catch up – and this article considers how it would work.


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