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As certified by Fraunhofer ISE CalLab, researchers have obtained the record-breaking efficiency of 22.1% on nanostructured silicon solar cells.
No it is not a Fruit Roll-Up, it is actually a new flexible material from Ricoh that creates electricity from pressure and vibration.
The Light Phone take away almost every function of a smart phone, except one, making phone calls.
Ge has 3D printed a complete and functioning jet engine. The engine is small, about the size of a football, and a simplified version of what you might see on a commercial jet.
Usually attracting little notice, updating your resume is something that could now alert recruiters to keep their eye on you and possibly lead to new jobs you haven’t even applied for.
Oculus Rift virtual-reality headsets may be ready to ship to the general public in early 2016, and could be the beginning of VR technology taking off. Adding to that, a Utah man is building a series of seven 60×60-foot rooms in which players will wear VR headsets and wander around immersive worlds, wielding powers that would even impress […]
It might sound like science fiction, but someday, thanks to creative scientists and engineers, our world may contain autonomous or semi-autonomous robots working with people, helping us do tasks that are better suited for machines.
NASA is starting a competition to intended to encourage creative thinkers to design and build a 3D printed habitat for deep space exploration, with a $2.25 million prize.
One of the barriers to using graphene on a commercial scale – fabrication size limits - could be overcome using a new method developed by researchers at theDepartment of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory(ORNL).