A versatile material but a problem polluter, University of Illinois organic chemists are working on creating a useful second life for polyurethane.
Diverting harmful waste from our environment, Purdue's Nien-Hwa Linda Wang is creating valuable fuels from plastics and polymers.
A groundbreaking conversion process could help divert plastic from landfills while filling our growing energy needs.
When salt water flows over ultrathin layers of metal and oxide, electrons come along for the ride.
The next generation of rockets will takeoff with some Hawkeye help.
A single copper ion could prove the key to clean, renewable energy.
Carbon nanotubes will keep wearers of this fabric cooler than the other side of the pillow, but also warmer than the other other.