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Zinc oxide materials tapped for tiny energy harvesting devices

Zinc oxide materials tapped for tiny energy harvesting devices

Jan 26, 2015 Korea
How the attractive physical features of zinc oxide materials could be more effectively used to tap into abundant mechanical energy sources to power micro devices.
Perovskites provide big boost to silicon solar cells

Perovskites provide big boost to silicon solar cells

Jan 23, 2015 United States
Stacking perovskites, a crystalline material, onto a conventional silicon solar cell dramatically improves the overall efficiency of the cell, according to a new study.
Chitosan bioelectrode sustains metabolic power to medical implants

Chitosan bioelectrode sustains metabolic power to medical implants

Jan 22, 2015 France
Researchers in France have used compounds extracted from shrimp shells and gardenia fruits to extend the lifetime of medical implants attempting to run on bodily fluids.
Breakthrough could help extend life of batteries

Breakthrough could help extend life of batteries

Jan 21, 2015 United States
Scientists are reporting a breakthrough in using very small technology to extend the battery life of some electronic devices.
Concrete delivers solar energy

Concrete delivers solar energy

Jan 20, 2015 Germany
A research team recently developed a building material that simultaneously functions as a photovoltaic cell.
Successful start of pilot project for energy self-sufficient air dome

Successful start of pilot project for energy self-sufficient air dome

Jan 20, 2015 Germany
Heliatek has successfully installed its solar film, HeliaFilm®, on a PVC-based membrane air dome in Berlin, Germany.
Army researchers develop batteries that don't corrode

Army researchers develop batteries that don't corrode

Jan 19, 2015 United States
New, lighter batteries are under development for soldiers now, in-house, at the Army Research Laboratory.
Reflections from breakthrough marine energy trials

Reflections from breakthrough marine energy trials

Jan 16, 2015 United Kingdom
The marine power plant Deep Green has now been producing electricity for more than a year, and Minesto's founder and CEO Anders Jansson shares his experiences from the trials in this article.
Maximum efficiency, minimum materials and complexity

Maximum efficiency, minimum materials and complexity

Jan 15, 2015 Germany
A silicon-based thin-film solar cell with a supplementary organic layer can utilise infrared light as well.
Battery rechargeable by refilling with salty or normal water

Battery rechargeable by refilling with salty or normal water

Jan 15, 2015 1 Japan
Researchers have developed a new type of aluminium-air battery rechargeable by refilling salty or normal water and having a modified structure which ensures longer battery lifetime.
Clocking energy-transfer rates in quantum dots

Clocking energy-transfer rates in quantum dots

Jan 14, 2015 United States
Energy transfer in light-sensitive materials such as quantum dots is of interest for better solar cells, LEDs, and other devices.
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