Instead of chemicals, electric currents may help mine the valuable raw materials.
A phenomenon thought to be science-fiction has been discovered by researchers in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The E-Waste World Conference & Expo was held at the Forum of Messe Frankfurt in Germany from June 28 to 29. Rawmaterials.net explored the event firsthand.
The first report in Deloitte’s “xTech Futures” series highlights the importance of space for future business strategies even in fields that currently do not see applicability. Split into three parts, the report explores different areas in which businesses can leverage space technology in fields like mining or travel.
Researchers develop resistant material with tungsten and hafnium for usage in fusion reactors hotter than the inside of the sun.