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Showing 36 result(s) for "Energy, Cleantech & Environmental"



A thermally driven battery that does not get exhausted or need recharging because the energy is generated without depleting the electrolyte or electrodes.

Novel deposition of zeolite nanoparticles on polymer support was developed, allowing for amine-containing membrane with enhanced CO2 separation and roll-to-roll low-cost fabrication of zeolite membranes for other gas separations.

A thermoelectric power generator that uses the spin-Seebeck effect but is able to amplify the amount of the power generated.

Method for generating a new strain of C. celluloveorans, capable of producing n-butanol directly from crystalline cellulose to improve the current environmental and energy crisis.

This technology is a novel method that enhances the utilization of lignocellulosic biomass and increases yields of fuels and chemicals in the pre-fermentation process.

Practical, economical, large-scale method of a LiFeAs superconductor preparation

The spin thermal coil is a new type of thermoelectric power generator based on the spin-Seebeck effect, which converts waste heat into electrical power.

A genetically engineered bacteria pathway, directed to selectively generate butanol over competing by-products.

An energy efficient process for the separation of gases by selectively permeable membranes.

Engine system capable of recovering wasted heat energy from combustion engines or similar heat sources and converting it to mechanical or electrical energy.