Keyword: Hydroelectric power

Briefs: Energy
The soft and stretchable device converts movement into electricity and can work in wet environments.
NASA Spinoff: Test & Measurement
The technology could allow deep-space exploration without running out of propellant.
Facility Focus: Imaging

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA, has been operated by Battelle and its predecessors since the lab’s inception in 1965. For more than 50...

Articles: Manufacturing & Prototyping

The Create the Future Design Contest was launched in 2002 by the publishers of NASA Tech Briefs to help stimulate and reward engineering innovation. The competition has attracted...

Articles: Green Design & Manufacturing

(Winner of an HP Workstation)

Sustainable, Durable Bridges of the Future

Ibrahim Al-Khattat

Talacre, Wales, United Kingdom


Articles: Energy

Renewable energy will be the world’s fastest-growing source of electricity generation over the next two decades, although it will still make up a relatively minor portion...

Articles: Energy

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) researchers who developed a new way to power robotic underwater vehicles believe a spin-off technology could help convert ocean energy into...

Articles: Energy

In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of NASA Tech Briefs, our features in 2006 highlight a different technology category each month, tracing the past 30 years of the technology, and continuing with a glimpse into...