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  • Research reveals details about heat carriers in amorphous polymers

    Researchers detail their work on amorphous polymer chains to gain a greater understanding for how heat carriers move in the polymers and its effect on thermal conductivity. details>>
  • New sensor technology shows batteries can be charged five times faster than current limits

    A direct, precise test of the internal temperatures and electrode potentials of commercially-available lithium-ion batteries reveled that batteries can be charged five times faster than current limits. details>>
  • Scientists provide insights into the mechanical properties of crystalline solids

    Scientists developed a new method for precisely measuring the interatomic forces that hold crystalline solids together. details>>
  • Researchers create predictable patterns from unpredictable carbon nanotubes

    Scientists at MIT developed a systematic method for predicting the two-dimensional patterns that carbon nanotubes will form when packed together by evaporating drops of acetone or ethanol. details>>
  • New solar reactor uses thermal energy storage to run day or night

    Scientists designed and fabricated a new solar reactor, named CONTISOL, that runs on air and uses concentrated solar power (CSP) and thermal energy storage to make any solar fuel, day or night. details>>
  • Researchers create two-in-one power source with solar-powered transistor

    Researchers developed a novel concept of transistor technology, featuring a two-in-one power source plus a transistor device that operates on solar energy. details>>
  • Rotated at a perfect angle graphene can be an insulator or superconductor

    Researchers from MIT and Harvard University have discovered that graphene can be tuned as both an electrical insulator and as a superconductor. details>>
  • Lasers could be the next big breakthrough in wireless charging

    Researchers created a system for charging smartphones using a laser array with one man charging beam and four safeguard beams and a receiver on the back of the phone that could charge the device from across the room. details>>
  • Pencil and paper used to convert heat into electricity

    Researchers from Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, a German research center, have demonstrated that a normal pencil, photocopy paper, and conductive paint are all the materials needed to produce a thermoelectric effect, converting heat into electricity. details>>
  • Technology uses daily temperature swings to produce electricity

    Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Mass. have developed a new thermal resonator that uses the swings in ambient temperature that occur in the change from day to night to produce electricity. details>>
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