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2016
31 Mar

Generating electricity with tomato waste

A team of scientists is exploring an unusual source of electricity — damaged tomatoes that are unsuitable for sale at the grocery store.
2015
30 Aug

NOHMs

NOHMs is a start up that develops lithium sulphur battery technology. Their technology was originated in Cornell University. The company's CEO and lead researchers are all Cornell alumni. Whilst the company is known for their Li sulphur battery technology, which promises double the energy density of Li ion batteries, they are also commercializing an ionic liquid electrolyte technology which they claim can increase by 20-30% of Li ion battery technnologies.
8 Jun

3D printing in microgravity environments

Development of 3D printers in a microgravity environment for the Aerospace Industry.
2014
29 Apr

Higher solar-cell efficiency with zinc-oxide coating

Researchers at the University of Arkansas have achieved the highest efficiency ever in a 9 millimeter-squared solar cell made of gallium arsenide.
2012
14 Sep

Wind could meet world power demand by 2030

Adapting a sophisticated climate model, researchers show that there is plenty of wind available to supply half to several times the world's total energy needs within the next two decades.
2011
7 Jan

Printed Electronics for EVs - The money floods in

Printed electronics is now seeing a surge in transactions in the form of orders, government and industry-funded development programs, acquisitions and company fund raising.
2010
15 Dec

Printed electronics for energy harvesting - the money floods in

Printed electronics is now seeing a surge in transactions in the form of orders, government and industry-funded development programs, acquisitions and company fund raising.
10 Dec

Printed Electronics - The money floods in

Printed electronics is now seeing a surge in transactions in the form of orders, government and industry-funded development programs, acquisitions and company fund raising.
27 Oct

Beneq US expansion gaining momentum

Beneq, leading provider of industrial thin film equipment and technology based on atomic layer deposition (ALD) and aerosol coating, is proud to announce significant developments in its US operations.
18 Oct

DARPA invests $89 million in Boeing's Solar Eagle

Boeing has announced that it has won $89 million in funding from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) who has selected a concept developed by the Boeing Company for the second phase of the Vulture long-endurance unmanned aerial system (UAS) program.