Griffith University researcher wins $860,000 Australian Research Council Future Fellowship grant to develop an environmentally friendly method to produce 2D nanomaterials for energy storage devices.
Four Griffith University researchers have been awarded Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships worth more than $3.8 million.
Griffith University researchers are aiming to unlock a catalytic process that will enhance the breakdown of water, into hydrogen and oxygen and bring Australia a step closer to creating clean efficient hydrogen fuel. Australia’s National Hydrogen Strategy (2019) aims to establish Australia’s hydrogen industry as a major global player by 2030. In new research published […]
Urgent action is needed to stave off worldwide insect extinction say scientists in twin papers published in the journal Biological Conservation.
A Griffith University researcher will lead a $1 million research project into a new kind of low-cost, energy-saving ‘smart window’. ProfessorHuijun Zhao, director of Griffith’s Centre for Clean Environment and Energy, has been awarded $513,210 from the Australian Governmentthrough the Australian Research Council’sLinkage Projectsscheme to develop the window that contains a glassthat is able to […]
Griffith University researchers continue to lead the way in harnessing renewable energy sources that will be the next generation of clean fuel, as well as enhanced solar conversion and energy storage devices. The latest research presented in the paper Ultrathin metal—organic framework nanosheets for electrocatalytic oxygen evolution, published in Nature Energy, shows that an ultrathin […]
Inspired by 16th century Chinese medicine, Griffith scientists have turned to nature for solutions to improve the performance of batteries. Professor Eddie Shanqing Zhang and his team have identified three natural sources which will not only reduce pollution in the manufacturing of lithium ion batteries and lithium-sulfur batteries, but improve overall performance and cyclability. This […]