Efficient organic solar cells processed from green solvents

Journal Reference: Haiyang Chen, Rui Zhang, Xiaobin Chen, Guang Zeng, Libor Kobera, Sabina Abbrent, Ben Zhang, Weijie Chen, Guiying Xu, Jiyeon Oh, So-Huei Kang, Shanshan Chen, Changduk Yang, Jiri Brus, Jianhui Hou, Feng Gao, Yaowen Li, Yongfang Li. A guest-assisted molecular-organization approach for >17% efficiency organic solar cells using environmentally friendly solvents. Nature Energy, 2021; … Read more

Green jitters around Sinterklaas – A vegetable garden starts with the De Bolster catalog – Foodlog

Green jitters around Sinterklaas A vegetable garden starts with

“Fortunately, we are all becoming increasingly aware of organic food. Less – or rather no – pesticides in our food! If you have a piece of land at your disposal and you get the green jitters or have had it for a long time, then creating an organic vegetable garden is only logical! But how … Read more

Pathway for ‘green ammonia’ opens in a combined experimental and computational study

Journal Reference: Qianru Wang, Jaysree Pan, Jianping Guo, Heine Anton Hansen, Hua Xie, Ling Jiang, Lei Hua, Haiyang Li, Yeqin Guan, Peikun Wang, Wenbo Gao, Lin Liu, Hujun Cao, Zhitao Xiong, Tejs Vegge, Ping Chen. Ternary ruthenium complex hydrides for ammonia synthesis via the associative mechanism. Nature Catalysis, 2021; 4 (11): 959 DOI: 10.1038/s41929-021-00698-8 There … Read more

Minimum wage, first yes to the European Parliament: green light to start negotiations with governments – Il Fatto Quotidiano

Minimum wage first yes to the European Parliament green light

MEPs have given the green light to start talks with the governments of the European Union on a directive that will guarantee all EU workers a fair and adequate minimum wage. The European Parliament approved the mandate agreed by the Commission for Employment and Social Affairs with 443 votes in favor, 192 against and 58 … Read more

Two is better than one: Single-atom dimer electrocatalyst for green hydrogen production

Journal Reference: Ashwani Kumar, Viet Q. Bui, Jinsun Lee, Lingling Wang, Amol R. Jadhav, Xinghui Liu, Xiaodong Shao, Yang Liu, Jianmin Yu, Yosep Hwang, Huong T. D. Bui, Sara Ajmal, Min Gyu Kim, Seong-Gon Kim, Gyeong-Su Park, Yoshiyuki Kawazoe, Hyoyoung Lee. Moving beyond bimetallic-alloy to single-atom dimer atomic-interface for all-pH hydrogen evolution. Nature Communications, 2021; … Read more

Towards the close of the differentiated Green pass for No vax: theaters, bars and restaurants prohibited – Open

Towards the close of the differentiated Green pass for No

Everything is decided on Friday. When the weekly monitoring of the National Institute of Health and the Ministry of Health will tell if the contagion index Rt it grows to the point of predicting an exponential increase in cases. In that case the Draghi government will open the front of the new decree which will … Read more

Green circular fertilizers (4) – The advantages and disadvantages of the three types of GCMs – Foodlog

Green circular fertilizers 4 The advantages and disadvantages of

Green Circular Fertilizers (GCMs) are being developed to overcome the drawbacks of conventional fertilizers, especially fertilizers discussed in our previous articles in this series. At the same time, they must maintain and preferably improve the positive contribution that conventional fertilizers offer. They must be an answer to the three challenges of mankind: achieving food security … Read more

Computational discovery of complex alloys could speed the way to green aviation

Journal Reference: P. Singh, S. Picak, A. Sharma, Y. I. Chumlyakov, R. Arroyave, I. Karaman, Duane D. Johnson. Martensitic Transformation in FexMn80−xCo10Cr10 High-Entropy Alloy. Physical Review Letters, 2021; 127 (11) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.127.115704 High-entropy alloys are composed from four or more different elements, and often have many desirable properties — they are lightweight, strong, ductile, corrosion resistant … Read more

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