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Smart Bioenergy: Guiding Sustainable Bio-based Energy and Fuels Development

Use of bioenergy—energy produced from organic matter or biomass—has the potential to increase energy security, promote economic development, and decrease global warming pollution.

Using Scirus: Nanotechnology Patent Searching

Scirus is a comprehensive science and engineering specific search engine that searches open-access websites as well as peer-reviewed content from publisher sites. You can also search and retrieve patents using Scirus.

Nanohub - a resource for nanoscience and technology

Resources come from over 600 contributors in the nanoscience community, and are used by thousands of users from over 170 countries around the world. Most of our users come from academic institutions and use nanoHUB as part of their research and educational activities.

Wind Energy Resources from the American Wind Energy Association

AWEA promotes wind energy as a clean source of electricity for consumers around the world. Various wind energy related online resources are available here.

Sustainability and Renewable Energy In El Salvador: A Blog of Experiences on a Fulbright Lectureship in El Salvador by Richard Cairncross

Sustainability and Renewable Energy In El Salvador: A Blog of Experiences on a Fulbright Lectureship in El Salvador by Richard Cairncross

Chempedia - Social Chemistry

Chempedia is the free and open chemical substance registry. It enables anyone to register, at no cost, individual substances through a Web-based interface. Each substance receives a unique, numerical, checksummed identifier that can be used anywhere and looked up at no cost.

Minerals Information from the U.S. Geological Survey

USGS Minerals portal provides Statistics and information on the worldwide
supply of, demand for, and flow of minerals and materials essential to the U.S.
economy, the national security, and protection of the environment.

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Finding chemical information using Google Trends

With Google Trends, you can compare the world’s interest in your favorite topics. Enter up to five topics and see how often they’ve been searched on Google over time.

The Chemical Database from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Akron

The Chemical Database database will allow the user to retreive information for any of 25,496 hazardous chemicals or 'generic' entries based on a keyword search. Potential keywords include names, formula and registry numbers (CAS, DOT, RTECS, EINECS, Beilstein and Merck). Formula are represented in Hill format for searching and a more descriptive format for viewing.

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