Northern Arizona University (NAU)

Northern Arizona University (NAU)

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The Multifunctional Materials and Adaptive Systems Laboratory at Northern Arizona University is focused on the development and comprehensive characterization of power storage composite materials as well as on multiphysics modelling and comprehensive characterization of multifunctional materials (i.e. magnetic shape memory alloys, magnetorheological fluids) and adaptive systems.
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2017
27 Sep 2017

Way to harvest energy from the backs of marine species

While solar panel systems continue to pop up on rooftops throughout the solar panels installed underwater, in the ocean, on the backs of marine species.
11 May 2017

Multifunctional Carbon-Based Supercapacitors

Northern Arizona University, United States
16 Mar 2017

Graphene & 2D Materials Event Accelerating Graphene Commercialisation

The Graphene and 2D Materials Europe event will be the 10th business-focused IDTechEx exhibition and conference.
9 Mar 2017

Energy Storage Innovations Europe 2017

The field of battery energy storage is set to grow significantly over the coming years. The question that incumbents, raw materials suppliers, end users, and innovators are all asking themselves is whether Li-ion batteries will keep the lion's share of the market, or whether disruptive innovation will drive technology diversification according to applications.
2015
13 Mar 2015

Beating bird wings generate electricity for data collector

A technology that generates electricity from the beating wings of birds, bats or even moths could produce enough power to run a device that collects data - such as location, migration habits or vital physiological statistics - used by biologists.
2014
14 Feb 2014

Energy harvesting takes wing in merger of engineering and biology

The motion of animals could power small devices that allow biologists to collect information about behavior that eludes them under the limitations of current technology.