An electrocatalysis reactor built at Rice University, U.S. recycles carbon dioxide to produce pure liquid fuel solutions using electricity. The scientists hope it will become an efficient and profitable way to reuse the greenhouse gas and keep it out of the atmosphere.
Scientists have harnessed liquid metals to turn carbon dioxide back into solid coal, in research that offers an alternative pathway for safely and permanently removing the greenhouse gas from our atmosphere.
Researchers have proposed a design solution that could bring artificial leaves out of the lab and into the environment. Their improved leaf would be at least 10 times more efficient than natural leaves at converting carbon dioxide to fuel.
A recent study has developed a system that produces electricity and hydrogen while eliminating carbon dioxide. This system has shown stability by operating for more than 1,000 hours without damage to electrodes.
Swiss company has announced the opening of a new plant in Italy that will collect carbon dioxide from the air and pair it with hydrogen to make methane fuel that would add little or no CO2 to the atmosphere.
University of Toronto engineering team designs most efficient and stable process for converting climate-warming carbon dioxide into a key chemical building block.
Engineers have developed a new and cost-effective catalyst to recycle two of the main causes behind climate change -- carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4).
Researchers have made a significant breakthrough in the direct conversion of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) into liquid fuels and chemicals which could help industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Researchers in Switzerland have developed a method for splitting carbon dioxide using solar energy, which could help provide a way to turn the greenhouse gas into fuel.
At one coal-fired power plant in southern India, Carbon Clean Solutions is capturing CO2 and turning it into baking powder for the first time at a large-scale industrial operation.
Graphene quantum dots may offer a simple way to recycle waste carbon dioxide into valuable fuel rather than release it into the atmosphere.
Scientists have engineered a bacterium that can take carbon dioxide from the air and turn it into fuel in a single enzymatic step.
Scientists believe they've found a way to convert all these emissions into energy-rich fuel in a carbon-neutral cycle that uses a very abundant natural resource: silicon.