Glass window that can produce electricity

New Energy researchers have developed a working prototype in the development of new methods and technologies for applying New Energy’s electricity-generating the world’s first glass window that can produce electricity. A glass window was generated  using the world’s smallest working organic solar cells. In contrast to the conventional solar systems, the solar cells developed by New […]
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Nano Technology

Nanotechnology may be able to create many new materials and devices with several applications in energy production, medicine,  organic materials and electronics. Recently there has been many applications using nanotechnology also known as nanotech. Carbon nanotubes, graphene and their compounds presents electrical properties for organic materials, and electronic applications such as photovoltaics, sensors, semiconductor devices, […]
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Electric Scooter

Some people have been keeping their eyes out  for a new electric scooter or motorbike to use when they need to get somewhere fast or a little further away. Most of the Scooters or Motorcycles which use electric motors, cost a small fortune and can’t even go much further than the electric bike. That is […]
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Robotic Nano-Spiders Made of DNA Molecules

A group of scientists from Columbia University managed to invent extremely small spider robots measuring about 4nm across. If you wish to compare, these nano robots are about 100,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. It would be interesting to note that the spider robots are made of DNA molecules. They can […]
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New Stretchable Conductors For Better Stretchable Electronics

North Carolina State University researchers have reached a highly conductive and elastic conductors using silver nanoscale wires, the new elastic conductors can be used in the development of stretchable electronic devices. A team led by North Carolina State University’s Dr. Yong Zhu reported success in creating elastic conductors made from carbon nanotubes. Such conductors could […]
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New Nanotechnology Application For Making Lumber Safe

Michigan Technological University has reached to a new technology that would keep the chemicals-that preserve lumber used in buildings- in the lumbers instead of leaking in the ground gradually and harming the environment. The new technology is using fungicide within nanoparticles using gelatin or chitosan from the shellfish. The nanoparticles are tiny spheres of gelatin or […]
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Capsule That Removes Radioactive Particles From Liquids

Oklahoma State University (OSU) researchers, led by Allen Apblett have reached to capsules that can clean the water, juice and milk from any radioactive substances that would pollute them. The technology also can remove arsenic, lead, cadmium and other heavy metals from water and fruit juices, Apblett said, adding that higher-than-expected levels of some of […]
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Power Felt Is A New Thermoelectric Fabric

Thermoelectric fabric is a sort of thermoelectric materials that of thermoelectric effect, which is converting the difference between temperature to electric power and vice versa. Thermoelectric materials is used in the generators and refrigerators. Scientists and researchers have been searching for other sources of thermoelectric materials, the Wake Forest University’s Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials […]
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