In today’s increasingly powerful electronics, tiny materials are a must as manufacturers seek to increase performance without adding bulk.
You’ve likely heard of fens, a particular type of miry and mineral-rich wetland, in the context of European geography or literature. Shakespeare referenced fens in “King Lear,” and J.K Rowling included them in the Harry Potter universe.
Could cellulosic biofuels – or liquid energy derived from grasses and wood – become a green fuel of the future, providing an environmentally sustainable way of meeting energy needs?
Engineers from the University of Wisconsin–Madison will receive an estimated $9.3 million in funding from the United States Department of Energy (DOE) for advanced nuclear energy research.
The innovative research being done at UW-Madison is something that can hardly be missed by the public. Below is some of our energy experts' cutting-edge research that has been publicized in the media this month.