With industrial plants wasting a huge chunk of the energy they generate through heat, scientists are exploring some wild and wacky ways of harnessing that lost power
Each day, excess heat billows from the chimneys of manufacturing plants across the world. Companies burn large amounts of fuel to smelt steel and make silicon, and then send most of it up the chimney to...
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