Shrouded in mystery, the X-37B has recently touched down from it’s last mission. Learn more about the US Air Force’s orbital test vehicle, its launching timetable, the secret mission and the future of the program.
The formation of elements has always been a fascinating area for research. This article will help you understand how the process takes place, what are the various types of nucleosynthesis, and the cycles of nuclear fusion reactions taking place during the lifetime of a star.
The reprocessing of nuclear waste is indeed possible, and some countries have already adopted a recycling strategy. The US is using underground repositories for waste disposal, although some research has begun toward adopting new recycling methods for fission products.
The article describes the latest advances regarding the improvements in efficiency and lifetime of polymer solar cells, and the problems that need to be overcome in order for them to become commercially available.
Researchers claim to have developed a paper-based e-reader, able to mimic traditional paper and be totally disposable. The question is whether is it worthy to have one-time-use devices that can be recycled after all?
A telescope could be defined as nothing more than a magnificent instrument that has the ability to bring the sky closer to our eyes. Read the article to find out information on their history, main components, types, characteristics and more.
The article describes what sustainable energy is and the difference between sustainable and renewable energy sources. Some well-known power sources like the sun, wind and nuclear power are considered to determine the kind of energy they offer.
Latest advances have shown a great potential for organic solar cells compared to conventional silicon cells. Their versatility in production methods, properties and applications looks very promising for the future of solar energy.