Converting gaseous carbon dioxide to fuel 25th August 2016

A team of scientists from the University of Toronto believes they've found a way to convert carbon dioxide emissions into energy-rich fuel in a carbon-neutral cycle that uses a very abundant natural resource: silicon. Silicon, readily available in sand, is the seventh most-abundant element in the universe and the second most-abundant element in the earth's crust.





Sign up to view our publications

Sign up

Sign up to view our downloads

Sign up


Around the Industry


Tech documents


Our Publications

SPS IPC Drives 2016
22nd November 2016
Germany Nürnberg Messe
electronica 2016
8th November 2016
Germany Messe München
European Microwave Week 2016
3rd October 2016
United Kingdom ExCel London
1st Executive Infrared Imaging Forum : From Niche to Large Vol...
8th September 2016
China Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center