A few years ago I was at the Grand Canyon, one of the must stunning natural wonders of the world and there, I was appalled to see a pollution haze hanging in the air. If it can happen there, it can happen anywhere.
Did you know that most vanilla flavors we enjoy today are made from synthetic vanillin?
As Solar Impulse 2 gets underway on its around the world trip, and draws the attention of the global media, its older sibling, Solar Impulse 1, is also receiving its fair share of well-deserved attention at the moment.
If you close your eyes and I mention “laboratory of the future” what do you see?
Providing home safety education, donating blood, or planting trees don’t really sound like the activities of a chemical company, do they?
Every day I see how motivated our women scientists are here at the Ewha-Solvay Research and Innovation Center at the Ewha Womans University.
Like any body of water, solar ponds absorb the heat of the sun… but more effectively. By harnessing its power, we can store it in the form of thermal energy and use it later.
As motorcycles zip along the streets of Thailand, road traffic accidents have continued to be of high concern, especially in areas around schools.
As soon as the introductions were over and the curtains were drawn, the children bound into the mobile laboratory for a day of learning like no other. As an observer watching the children putting on their white lab coats, eyes wide, plunging themselves into the activities on XperiLAB.be®, I really felt that this “truck” brought science to life.
Facing increasing congestion in city centers, urban mobility is in need of transformation. The challenge is not just to find something that is eco-friendly and easy to use but also adaptable to individual needs and can be shared between users.