Using photosynthesis for Martian occupation – while making space travel more sustainable
Researchers are working on sustainable technology to harvest solar power in space – which could supplement life support systems on the Moon and Mars.
The students electrifying the motorsport industry across the world
Students from the University of Warwick are working with fellow students in Africa in a capacity-building project to drive forward electrification in the motor industry.
AI lights the way for futuristic electronics – from bendy TVs to lightweight solar cells
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming modern electronics – accelerating the design of bendable TV screens, ultra-lightweight revolutionised solar cells and more.
£2.2m grant to investigate new solar cell material – which could be used in space
Research led by the University of Warwick will investigate a new type of solar cell material, which could be used in space, in a bid to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
University of Warwick proposes new quality and safety regulations report for micromobility vehicles
The UK is the last major Western economy not to legislate ‘Powered Micro Vehicles’. The University of Warwick wants to change that and has proposed a new set of regulations for allowing micromobility vehicles, such as e-scooters to operate legally in the UK. The report looks at ways to improve the quality and safety of models available, as well as providing clear guidance for authorities to deal with unsafe behaviour.