The Institute of Chemical Physics of the University of Latvia (UL ICP) will spend the next four years researching innovative, unconventional, and environmentally friendly solutions for converting waste heat into electrical energy.
A University College Cork-led research project has received €3.5m in EU funding to develop a revolutionary way of converting waste heat into electricity.
TRANSLATE consortium member, Professor Paul Hurley, tells us about the origins of our knowledge on global warming and the interesting link with the aim of the TRANSLATE project.
The idea behind TRANSLATE: A sustainable nano-porous platform to convert waste heat into electrical energy
TRANSLATE consortium member, Dr. Subhajit Biswas, tells the story behind TRANSLATE, and how the idea went from blue-sky thinking to a successfully-funded EU project.