Since microplastics are becoming an established problem, many have tried to find ways to, at the very least, reduce them while we humans also work...
Archive for tag: engineering
29.092021April 6, 2022
Phosphate Pollution is A Problem, but Now We can Remove and Reuse It
By GeronimoIn Eureka Green, Hello EarthTags biotechnology, drinking water, engineering, fresh water, freshwater, innovation, pollutant, pollution, recycle, reuse, technology, waste water, wastewater, water pollution, water quality
We know that the aquatic life can’t breathe when there’s algae blooms. What causes them is phosphate pollution in rivers, lakes, and other waterways. When...
02.082021April 6, 2022
Milk Protein That Can Turn into Biodegradable, Robust Plastic Foam
By GeronimoIn Eureka GreenTags bioengineering, bioplastic, biotechnology, engineering, green alternatives, green innovation, innovation, plastic, plastic alternative, plastic consumption, plastic pollution, plastic problem, sustainable alternative, technology
Human brains and science go well together, creating countless innovations that’ll help humanity in the future. We’re gonna take a look at a few of...
03.062021May 30, 2021
3D Printing Gives Us Realistic Leather and Ivory in a Sustainable Way
By GeronimoIn Eureka GreenTags 3D printing, eco friendly leather, engineering, ivory, leather, leather alternative, silk, silk worm, sustainable leather, technology, tusk
Leather gives us that distinctive, cool look, and that’s why a lot of us like it. And if you don’t like real, animal skin leather,...
01.062021May 30, 2021
We’ll be Able to Get Rare-Earth Metals from Old Electronics Soon
By GeronimoIn Eureka GreenTags battery, bioengineering, e-waste, electronic waste, engineering, metals, recycle, recycling, technology
Let me be honest, I don’t know much about Earth metals but I do know that electronic production needs them. Mobile phones, computers, and other...
28.022021February 25, 2021
Scientists Turn Sugars Found in Wood into Natural Polymer
By GeronimoIn Eureka GreenTags bioengineering, biotechnology, carbon, carbon emission, carbon footprint, carbon neutral, carbon recycling, co2, engineering, green innovation, innovation, natural polymer, polymer, recycling, recycling carbon, science, technology, upcycle
Maybe we’re a few steps closer to producing sustainable polymer now. Scientists from the University of Bath have made a sustainable polymer. They used xylose,...