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The World Can’t Wean Itself Off Chinese Lithium
Wired (USA) , 30th Jun 2022
“If China decides to stick with the home market, lithium-ion batteries are going to be more expensive outside China,” says Professor Andrew BarronClick here to read more
A novel and eco-friendly nano asphalt binder has been developed by researchers at Swansea University and the Technical University of Braunschweig.
Swansea University Press Office , 29th Mar 2022
The product generates a new class of warm mix asphalt (WMA) additive that significantly reduces energy consumption while simultaneously minimizing vapours and greenhouse gas emissions during the production of asphalt mixtures when compared to conventional asphalt, it also works effectively at a large scale.Click here to read more
Improving asphalt road pavement using engineered nano mineral composites
Phys.Org , 29th Mar 2022
A novel and eco-friendly nano asphalt binder has been developed by researchers at Swansea University and the Technical University of Braunschweig.Click here to read more
The wiring in your plane could soon be made from recycled plastic – new research
The Conversation , 13th Jan 2022
Carbon wires can be made from many sources – including recycled plastics. By turning these discarded plastics into useful, high-quality wires, we’re turning waste into wealth.Click here to read more
Why haven’t petrol prices gone back down yet? A new business model might explain why
The Conversation , 12th Jan 2022
Across the UK the cost of filling up cars shot up in November when wholesale oil prices rose. But when crude oil prices went down again, costs at the pump did not drop back to previous levels. This has prompted UK motoring organisation, the RAC, to complain that drivers are being overcharged. So, what is going on?Click here to read more