The urban heat island effect and how cool pavement can help

On sweltering days you can fry an egg on them. But, now, Lawrence Berkeley Lab and UC Davis researchers are testing surfaces designed to make them cooler and safer. “Cool pavements are paved surfaces that are more effective at reflecting sunlight. So, by reflecting more sunlight than traditional paved surfaces, they’re able to absorb less … Read moreThe urban heat island effect and how cool pavement can help

Clean burner technology produces whiter chicken meat in food

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientists invented “ultraclean low swirl combustion.” Their commercialized burners are cheaper than the traditional kind and they don’t cause pollution. “Companies are able to find a market for this burner in places that does not require low emissions burner because in the absence of pollutants, for example they sell the burner … Read moreClean burner technology produces whiter chicken meat in food