University of Minnesota scientists have developed a way to grow iron-oxidizing bacteria using electricity instead of iron.  The new development opens the possibility for further study that could lead to developing organisms that could one day be used to turn electricity into fuel.  All civilization would need then is an abundance of electrical generating capacity. […]

Colleagues from the universities of St. Andrews in Scotland and Bochum and Helmholtz-Forschungszentrum in Berlin, with scientists at KIT’s Institute for Functional Interfaces, headed by Professor Christof Wöll, have succeeded in gathering new findings on the fundamental mechanisms of photochemistry on titanium dioxide (TiO2). Solar energy as a power source with its direct conversion into […]