Funded by new tax credits, U.S. carbon-capture network could double global CO2 headed undergroundSeptember 25, 2018 ・ Morgan Kelly
With the right public infrastructure investment, the United States could as much as double the amount of carbon dioxide emissions currently captured and stored worldwide within the next six years, according to an analysis by Princeton University researchers. The authors propose…
Photosynthesis and engines evolved in remarkably similar waysJuly 25, 2018 ・ Adam Hadhazy
A plant: natural, grown, leafy. An internal combustion engine: artificial, machined, metallic. At first blush, these two objects couldn’t appear less alike. Yet, according to a Princeton University study published June 29 in the journal PLoS ONE, the two complex…
Leaks will not sink carbon capture and storageSeptember 5, 2017 ・ Morgan Kelly
A Princeton study found that carbon capture and storage may not be as prone to leakage, or high costs related to fixing leaks, as previously thought.
Methane, light and river trade: 2017 Walbridge Fund empowers innovative environmental graduate researchJuly 21, 2017 ・ Morgan Kelly
Five Princeton University graduate students have been selected to receive Walbridge Fund Graduate Awards from the Princeton Environmental Institute to support their doctoral research.