NanoTechnology Solar Panels May Change Current Installation Concerns. Commercial solar panels work best when sunlight hits them at a certain angle. Initially, experts had suggested that solar panels face south to collect the most energy from the sun. But an influential 2013 report by Pecan Street, an energy-research organization, advised that systems tilt westward to […]

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Energy Harvesting Devices, Batteries and Sensors may Benefit. Understanding where and how phase transitions occur is critical to developing new generations of the  medical diagnostic equipment and other applications. But until now there was no good way to study and simultaneously map these phenomena at the relevant length scales.

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  An electronic cigarette is a battery-powered vaporizer which simulates the feeling of smoking, but without burning tobacco. Their use is commonly called “vaping” and is rapidly growing in popularity with ex-smokers and new vapers alike.

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Yes we said Invisibility Cloak. A metamaterial is a material, the properties of which are created by an artificial periodic structure. The prefix ‘meta’ (from the Greek μετ? meaning beyond) indicates that the characteristics of the material are beyond what we see in nature.

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The strangeness of Super Earth’s. Planets with a solid surface mass several times greater than the mass of the Earth are known among astrophysicists as ” Super Earth” as in super heavy. New research reveals some surprising secrets about these strange planets.

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Turning Off the Shelf Cameras into 3D Capture Devices. Here is some development news that I wish was in time for Christmas this year. Imagine with only a software upgrade if an off the shelf camera or smartphone ( with a camera) could be used to take and record 3D photographs that look 3D on […]

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Space Exploration Missions Need a Reliable Source of Energy. It takes a considerable amount of energy to launch any rocket into space and escape the pull of gravity from earth. This energy is provided using different types of liquid chemical fuels or sometimes solid fuels.

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There is an estimated 6.8 billion cell phones in the world, used by a global population of 7 billion people. It seems like everyone over the age of 3 has one. What if we could find a way to ethically use information collected from this huge source of data and if we did what kind […]

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A Fully Upgraded Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Comes Online. A particle accelerator is a machine that uses electromagnetic fields to propel charged particles to high speeds and to contain them in well-defined beams. The accelerator is also known as the “atom smasher” or “super collider “. ( personally, I like atom smasher..)

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Research with Quantum Fluid. New research using quantum physics may lead to advancements in lighting,energy storage and electric energy transmission. Here is the latest news on that front from the University of Basque County.

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