Virtually every country in the world is experiencing growth in the number and proportion of older persons in its population. Beyond health concerns, a longer life also brings opportunities for healthy aging.
With the launch of the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3 almost three years ago, we were promised the age of the mass market battery electric vehicle (BEV) had arrived.
Bioinformatics, the digital tool for omics technologies, has long been relegated to the dark corners of R&D departments. That perception is changing.
As renewable energy generation grows to meet decarbonization goals, so do concerns about overgeneration and curtailment. Hydrogen is increasingly seen as means to reduce curtailment by shuttling energy that would otherwise be wasted on the grid to other sectors like industry and transportation – a practice called sector coupling.