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Alexander Engelin

Alexander Engelin

Alexander Engelin 1 min read

♻️ Sludge from sewers can keep the light on

New method can effectively make biogas from sludge in wastewater. Reduced costs mean that the method kills two birds with one stone.

Alexander Engelin 1 min read

🌿 Discovery of brown algae evolution can have unforeseen consequences

The genes that make some algae brown, rather than green, help them to make their photosynthesis more efficient. The discovery of this gene points to a great potential in several fields.

Alexander Engelin 1 min read

πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί The EU is planning bills for reduced pollution

The European Union wants to introduce tougher restrictions on pollution after a survey shows that the majority of EU residents want cleaner air.

Alexander Engelin 2 min read

πŸ’Š New pain reliever without the side effects of opioids

New substances have an analgesic effect similar to opioids, but without the negative side effects.

Alexander Engelin 2 min read

⚑ Charge the electric car in 10 minutes

A breakthrough in battery design makes it possible to achieve charging times of 10 minutes. At the same time, the size of the batteries is reduced, without sacrificing mileage.

Alexander Engelin 1 min read

β˜€οΈ Britain invests in fusion power

The UK government is investing in fusion power, and expects the world's first fusion power plant to be up and running by 2040.

Alexander Engelin 1 min read

πŸ„ Agricultural rewilding is good for everyone involved

Rewilding of natural areas in combination with agriculture creates a "win-win situation" by improving ecological diversity while providing higher quality meat.

Alexander Engelin 2 min read

πŸ“ New framework can improve climate policies

A new framework that integrates more relevant variables can improve policies aimed at reducing CO2 emissions. A new study shows the complicated relationship between approach and regional conditions.

Alexander Engelin 2 min read

πŸ”‹ Rechargeable and degradable battery - made of crab shell and zinc

A rechargeable battery made from crab shell and zinc could make wind and solar power greener. Parts that cannot be recycled after the battery's lifetime can instead be put on the compost.