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Costly gas separation may not be needed to recycle CO2  from air and industrial plants
  1. Costly gas separation may not be needed to recycle CO2  from air and industrial plants

    New study offers a pathway for fossil fuel-burning operations to capture emissions.

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  2. Racing hydrogen cars in Detroit

    Henderson Academy students used electrolyzers to produce hydrogen gas from water and power miniature fuel cell cars.

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  3. Geothermal at Davos: a Q&A with Karthik Duraisamy

    Karthik Duraisamy, a University of Michigan professor of aerospace engineering, participated in a roundtable on geothermal energy at the World Economic Forum.

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  4. Bulky additives could make cheaper solar cells last longer

    The findings could help engineers methodically find the best molecules to increase the lifespan of perovskite solar cells, rather than relying on time-consuming trial and error.

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  5. Nextgen computing: Hard-to-move quasiparticles glide up pyramid edges

    Computing with a combination of light and chargeless excitons could beat heat losses and more, but excitons need new modes of transport.

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  6. Carbon capture, utilization and storage roadmap reveals technologies that are ready to go

    Concrete and construction aggregates could be carbon negative and dollar positive while sustainable aviation fuel and methanol could also turn a profit.

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  7. ‘Exciton surfing’ could enable next-gen energy, computing and communications tech

    A charge-neutral information carrier could cut energy waste from computing, now that it can potentially be transported within chips.

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  8. 1,000-cycle lithium-sulfur battery could quintuple electric vehicle ranges

    The nanofibers recycled from Kevlar vests are harnessed in a biomimetic design to help solve a battery’s longevity problem.

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  9. $3.4M to turn up the heat at solar-thermal plants

    Improved heat-trapping materials for solar thermal energy could help the U.S. meet its goal of cutting solar energy costs in half by 2030.

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  10. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts June 1 – 4

    Highlight include The Detroit News.

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