Combining gas and diesel engines could yield best of both worldsMay 4, 2011

It may be hard to believe, but the beloved gasoline engine that powers more than 200 million cars across America every day didn't get its status because it's the most efficient engine. Diesel engines can be more than twice as efficient, but they spew soot and pollutants into the air. Could researchers at Argonne National Laboratory engineer a union between the two—combining the best of both?

Green Car of the Year tour focuses on clean diesel at Argonne August 17, 2010

Green Car Journal’s first-ever Green Car of the Year Tour™ is taking the ‘green car’ message on the road to a media-only event this Friday, August 20, at Argonne National Laboratory, located 30 miles outside of Chicago.

New catalyst helps eliminate NOx from diesel exhaustApril 27, 2007

A catalyst developed by Argonne researchers could help diesel truck manufacturers eliminate harmful nitrogen-oxide emissions from diesel exhausts.