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alt="Energy harvesting via smart materials"
Energy harvesting via smart materials
One of the biggest challenges for the development of mechanical energy harvesting via electrostrictive polymers is being able to improve their performance.
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Event report: Innovations in Large Area Electronics
IDTechEx attended the second innoLAE conference, which took place on the 1st and 2nd of February 2016 in Cambridge (UK). It was organised by the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics.
alt="X-rays reveal details of plastic solar cell production"
X-rays reveal details of plastic solar cell production
Plastic solar cells are light, easy to install, and readily produced using a printer. Nevertheless, the processes that take place on the molecular scale during the production of organic solar cells are not yet entirely clear.
alt="Dip coating to solve perovskite moisture sensitivity"
Dip coating to solve perovskite moisture sensitivity
Scientists from China and Australia have designed a water-resistant perovskite solar cell that can operate in a humid environment and maintain its efficiency over three weeks.
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Powercast at Energy Harvesting & Storage USA: Wireless Power
A video interview with Powercast at the Energy Harvesting & Storage USA exhibition.
alt="IDTechEx Show! Berlin - What Is New For 2016"
IDTechEx Show! Berlin - What Is New For 2016
The annual IDTechEx Show! will have a focus on green technologies in Berlin on 27-28 April.
alt="SheerWind selected by cleantech accelerator"
SheerWind selected by cleantech accelerator
A cost-effective, high-performance alternative to conventional wind technology, by capturing, concentrating, accelerating, and harvesting wind power in a funnel system.
alt="Energy-saving minicomputers for the Internet of Things"
Energy-saving minicomputers for the Internet of Things
Transistors that are capable of switching information with a single electron use far less power than field effect transistors that are commonly used in computers.
alt="Cellulose nanogenerators to power implanted biomedical devices"
Cellulose nanogenerators to power implanted biomedical devices
Implantable electronics that can deliver drugs, monitor vital signs and perform other health-related roles are on the horizon. But finding a way to power them remains a challenge.
alt="Seeing the big picture in photosynthetic light harvesting"
Seeing the big picture in photosynthetic light harvesting
To understand the photosynthetic light-harvesting that takes place inside the chloroplast of a leaf, you can't just study the activity of a single antenna protein.

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