Royal Dutch Shell

Royal Dutch Shell

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Royal Dutch Shell plc is incorporated in England and Wales, has its headquarters in The Hague and is listed on the London, Amsterdam and New York stock exchanges. Shell companies have operations in more than 70 countries with businesses including oil and gas exploration and production, production of liquefied natural gas and gas to liquids, manufacturing, marketing and shipping of oil products and chemicals and renewable energy projects.
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2021
16 Nov 2021

University of Sheffield, ITM Power Announce Green Hydrogen Gigafactory

The University of Sheffield and ITM Power have launched a pioneering collaboration to advance the hydrogen sector, including an agreement for a new ITM Gigafactory and a joint plan to launch a National Hydrogen Research, Innovation and Skills Centre.
12 Nov 2021

LanzaTech

LanzaTech is a biotech company developing gas fermentation technology to create valuable products - such as jet fuel and high-value chemicals - using waste gas streams. In November 2021, IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr. Hydra Rodrigues spoke to Babette Pettersen, vice-president (Europe) at LanzaTech.
2 Nov 2021

Licella

Licella has developed a catalytic hydrothermal reactor for recycling biomass and end-of-life plastic. IDTechEx spoke with Senior VP of Business Development in North America, Dr Alan Del Paggio.
27 Oct 2021

Alaska Air and ZeroAvia Developing 76 Seat Zero Emission Aircraft

ZeroAvia is gaining altitude as the leader in zero-emission passenger aircraft as it announces a development collaboration with Alaska Air Group, the parent company of Alaska Airlines, for a hydrogen-electric powertrain capable of flying 76-seat regional aircraft in excess of 500 NM.
22 Oct 2021

LimeNano

LimeNano Co., Ltd. (named Finetex EnE, Inc. until 2020), sometimes referred to as simply Lime, is a South Korean subsidiary company with facilities mainly producing products related to nanofibers, which they electrospin in-house. Its product lines include technical textiles (Nexture/Nexture Extreme) based on functional membranes, filters for various applications (including industrial and medical) and vent covers for electronic components.
11 Oct 2021

Silicon Anodes Muscle in on Battery Technology

Silicon is a staple of the digital revolution, shunting loads of signals on a device that's likely just inches from your eyes at this very moment. Now, that same plentiful, cheap material is becoming a serious candidate for a big role in the burgeoning battery business. It's especially attractive because it's able to hold 10 times as much energy in an important part of a battery, the anode, than widely used graphite.
7 Oct 2021

BepiColombo's First Views of Mercury

The ESA/JAXA BepiColombo mission has captured its first views of its destination planet Mercury as it swooped past in a close gravity assist flyby.
23 Sep 2021

Off Grid Solar Plus Storage Improves Broadband Access in Sierra Leone

The new solar power grid will have the capacity to run for up to 356 hours across all sites without a genset, reducing the network's carbon dioxide emissions by 347.41 tonnes per year. Zoodlabs has an incredible vision to improve Sierra Leone's broadband internet access and power that infrastructure entirely with off-grid renewable energy.
20 Sep 2021

Tritium

Founded in 2001 by e-mobility pioneers, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary hardware and software to create DC fast chargers for electric vehicles.
14 Sep 2021

Energy Storage Capsules Operate 20 Years With Negligible Degradation

Nostromo Energy Ltd submitted preliminary results from a 2-year accelerated stress study to Royal Dutch Shell. The study was funded by and conducted in cooperation with Shell. The results from the study were submitted to Shell and are currently under review.
8 Sep 2021

Tiny Robots Could Deliver Drugs Directly to Our Central Nervous System

A new study investigates tiny tumbling soft robots that can be controlled using rotating magnetic fields. The technology could be useful for delivering drugs to the nervous system. In this latest study, researchers put the robots through their paces and showed that they can climb slopes, tumble upstream against fluid flow and deliver substances at precise locations to neural tissue.
30 Aug 2021

Will it be Safe for Humans to Fly to Mars?

Sending human travelers to Mars would require scientists and engineers to overcome a range of technological and safety obstacles. One of them is the grave risk posed by particle radiation from the sun, distant stars and galaxies.
27 Aug 2021

Paving the Way for Small but Mighty Robots

An interdisciplinary team of roboticists, engineers and biologists have modeled the mechanics of the mantis shrimp's punch and built a robot that mimics the movement. The research sheds light on the biology of these pugnacious crustaceans and paves the way for small but mighty robotic devices.
27 Aug 2021

Pollen Developed Into 3D Printing Ink for Biomedical Applications

Scientists have found a way to use sunflower pollen to develop a 3D printing ink material that could be used to fabricate parts useful for tissue engineering, toxicity testing and drug delivery.
24 Aug 2021

Liquid Crystal Ink for 3D Printing

Cholesteric liquid crystals, a man-made material with properties between liquids and solid crystals, can mimic the colors of butterfly wings. Liquid crystals are used in televisions and smartphones, but future applications for healthcare sensors or decorative lighting are difficult as the materials can't be used in advanced, rapid production methods like 3D printing.
11 Aug 2021

Tiny 'Manic' Robots Deliver Drugs Directly to Central Nervous System

One way to achieve targeted dosing is to use tiny robots to deliver drugs to specific locations. While this technology is still in its infancy, researchers have developed various types of micro- or millirobots that could fulfil this ostensibly far-fetched goal. However, the major problem lies in controlling their activity as they travel through tissues in the body, and few researchers have put their tumbling robots to the challenge by seeing how they handle moving across real tissues.
11 Aug 2021

First Simulated Mars Surface Habitat 3D Printed for NASA

A 3D-printed habitat, known as Mars Dune Alpha, at NASA's Johnson Space Center. will be completed by ICON's next-gen Vulcan construction system that will simulate a realistic Mars habitat to support long-duration, exploration-class space missions.
9 Aug 2021

New Technology will Allow Important Metals to be Made More Efficiently

Researchers have invented a cheaper, safer, and simpler technology that will allow a "stubborn" group of metals and metal oxides to be made into thin films used in many electronics, computer components, and other applications.
9 Aug 2021

Vanguard Products Corporation: Thermal and EMI Materials

Vanguard Product Solutions presents a new approach to EMI shielding and thermal materials for electronic components.
30 Jul 2021

Solar Power and Desalination to be Efficiently Linked in New Project

Cranfield University will join 19 research partners spread through 12 countries to develop a first-of-a-kind plant which couples concentrated solar power (CSP) and desalination techniques.