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If you forgot your charger today, engineers from the University of Washington have a solution for you — and it’s lasers.
An electrically-driven demolition probe originally funded by NASA enables a more precise, quieter fracturing method that its creators hope will give construction workers on...
In a report published in October, scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) used single-walled carbon...
What happens when you replace a truck’s fan assembly with an electric fan system? You increase horsepower, reduce under-hood temperature, and become a winner...
Michigan State University researchers say a new transparent solar panel technology is right outside your door. Or more precisely: inside your window. The completely clear...
Electronics design is often limited by the shape of the battery – a critical, but frequently uncompromising product component. A new kind of battery conforms to meet the...
Developers of a “HI-Light” chemical reactor were awarded top honors in this year’s "Create the Future" Design Contest. The...
Researchers from Lancaster University are looking to pave the next generation of smart road surfaces — with piezoelectric ceramics. When embedded in road surfaces, the tiles...
Scientists at The University of Texas at Dallas and South Korea’s Hanyang University have developed tiny, high-tech yarns that generate electricity when stretched or twisted. The...
Engineers from the University of California – San Diego have developed stretchable fuel cells that extract energy from an often-unpleasant source: sweat. The flexible UCSD-developed devices...
New eyeglasses from Germany’s Karlsruhe Institute of Technology generate solar power. Featuring semitransparent organic solar cells, the eyewear powers a microprocessor and two small displays...
Vanderbilt University researchers developed an ultra-thin system that can harvest energy from the slightest of human motions — even sitting. Made from materials five...
Answering Your Questions: Lithium-Air Battery vs. Lithium-Ion
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Here's an Idea: Listen to the Story of Rocketry and Modern Spaceflight
Sponge-Inspired XSTAT Device Quickly Seals Gunshot Wounds
How to Control Vehicle Emissions: Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) or...
Sound Inaudible to Humans Can Be Recorded by Microphones
The Future of VME / Rugged Computing in the Military
Stop using strain gages! Learn how to measure non-contact strains and displacements with advanced optical...
Regulatory landscape for EO residue levels in medical devices
Design for Manufacturability, Cleanability, & Serviceability
Numerical Simulation of Microfluidic Devices
The Future is Now for Metal 3D Printing