Transforming Plastic Waste into Sustainable Fuel with the University of Cambridge

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The University of Cambridge has recently unveiled a groundbreaking technology that could change the way we think about our plastic and carbon dioxide (CO2) waste. The machine takes in waste and CO2 and through a photoelectrochemical system transforms them into valuable materials like synthetic gas and glycolic acid....

Engineering Questions – How to Effectively Manage Construction Waste?

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Material waste and debris created during the construction, demolition, or renovation of roads, bridges, and buildings are known as Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste. While the industry continues to develop technological solutions to enhance productivity and work efficiency, construction waste reduction is often side-lined. According to The Brainy...

Engineering Futures – Solar Power Stations in Space?

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A solar power station in space? Here’s how it would work – and the benefits it could bring The UK government is reportedly considering a £16 billion proposal to build a solar power station in space. Yes, you read that right. Space-based solar power is one of the technologies...