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Aug 12, 2023

Asian capital city named world’s most polluted

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The Indonesian capital of Jakarta was ranked the most polluted city in the world on Wednesday.

Swiss air quality technology company IQAir has consistently ranked it among the top 10 polluted cities around the globe since May.

Jakarta registers unhealthy air pollution levels nearly every day, it said.

Aug 12, 2023

New photoreactor technology could pave the way to a carbon-neutral future, researchers say

Posted by in categories: chemistry, sustainability

An international team that includes researchers from the University of Toronto has designed and implemented a new model for photoreactors, a solar-powered technology for converting water, carbon dioxide, methane and nitrogen into greener chemicals and fuels.

The allows the photoreactor to capture photons at under varying sun directions, eliminating the need for sun-tracking. The panels are also manufacturable via extrusion of polymers, making them inexpensive and easily manufacturable at scale—all of which could help make a more affordable and practical.

Geoffrey Ozin, University Professor in U of T’s department of chemistry in the Faculty of Arts & Science, and his team collaborated with researchers from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany on the project.

Aug 11, 2023

Quantum Computing in AI: The Revolutionary Synergy Between Two Technologies

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Aug 11, 2023

Watch the Fully Solar-Powered Yacht ‘Tesla of the Seas’ Travel the Ocean

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Some yacht builders are making waves in the industry by designing zero-emission, solar-powered alternatives that outperform their diesel-chugging counterparts, and some are so quiet that you can hear the marine life swim. Furthermore, when compared to the rumble of a diesel engine, which sends the smell of diesel fumes your way, getting to smell the ocean breeze without any disruptions is a huge plus.

Aug 11, 2023

AI-Powered War Machines: The Future of Warfare Is Here

Posted by in categories: information science, military, robotics/AI, sustainability

The advancement of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) has paved the way for a new era in warfare. Gone are the days of manned ships and traditional naval operations. Instead, the US Navy’s Task Force 59 is at the forefront of integrating AI and robotics into naval operations. With a fleet of autonomous robot ships, the Navy aims to revolutionize the way wars are fought at sea.

The Persian Gulf serves as a testing ground for Task Force 59’s fleet of robot ships. These unmanned vessels, ranging from solar-powered kayaks to surfboard-style boats, are equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Their purpose is to act as the eyes and ears of the Navy, collecting data through cameras, radar, and hydrophones. Pattern-matching algorithms help differentiate between oil tankers and potential threats like smugglers.

One particular vessel, the Triton, stands out with its ability to submerge for extended periods. This feature allows it to evade enemy detection and resurface when it is safe to do so. The Triton can stay submerged for up to five days, utilizing this time to recharge its batteries and transmit valuable information back to base.

Aug 10, 2023

Elon Musk’s Tesla Is Making a Big Move With Pepsi

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Tesla’s iconic electric vehicles are taking on a slightly different shape.

Aug 9, 2023

Space Solar Power Feasibility Demonstrated by Caltech-Launched Satellite

Posted by in categories: solar power, space, sustainability

A satellite demonstrator showed that energy collected from solar panels in space can be beamed to Earth using diffuse microwaves.

Aug 8, 2023

Vaibhav who? Tesla’s new finance chief is a blank slate for investors

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, finance, sustainability, transportation

Zach Kirkhorn’s replacement, Delhi-trained accountant Vaibhav Taneja, has kept a low profile since joining Tesla in 2016—a very low profile.

Aug 7, 2023

Feeding bacteria seaweed to make compostable plastic

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Bioprocess engineer Jesús E. Rodríguez’s team dreams of replacing all synthetic plastics with biodegradable products.

Aug 6, 2023

Novel proton-conductive membranes for automobile fuel cells

Posted by in categories: chemistry, energy, sustainability, transportation

Fuel cells are compact energy conversion units that utilize clean energy sources like hydrogen and convert them into electricity through a series of oxidation–reduction reactions. Specifically, proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs), an integral part of electric vehicles, utilize proton-conductive membranes for operation. Unfortunately, these membranes suffer from a trade-off between high durability and high ion conductivity, affecting the lifetime and performance of PEMFCs.

To overcome this issue, scientists have synthesized chemically and physically modified perfluorosulfonic acid polymer membranes, such as Nafion HP, Nafion XL, and Gore-Select, which have proven to be much more durable than unmodified membranes conventionally employed in fuel-cell operations.

Unfortunately, none of the existing proton-conductive membranes have fulfilled the highly challenging technical target—passing an accelerated durability test or a combined chemical and mechanical test—set by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to facilitate their use in automobile fuel cells by 2025.

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