Scientists shows how nature can evolve to create bonds between carbon and silicon.
The last five percent of the puzzle is finally solved: silicon.
Researchers from the University of California, Riverside's Bourns College of Engineering are developing a cheap and energy-efficient way to use fossilized algae to create lithium-ion batteries, which could someday fuel electric vehicles and other electronic devices.
In the fight against climate change, a team of scientists has finally solved the puzzle on hod to convert carbon dioxide to fuel by using the most ordinary thing -- sand.
The public is only just now learning how the unique skin of chameleons can change color. Now, researchers are also revealing that they are in the midst of imitating this strategy for our own use, creating ways to display color never before seen outside of nature.