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Research Discover Light-Emitting Solar Panels SOLAR TECHNOLOGY NEWS | APRIL 14, 2014 BY BRIAN
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, world, science, New Technology, habitat, environment, energy, discovery, concept, design )

Ruth
- 89 days ago - solartribune.com
"The researchers from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have developed solar cells from a material called Perovskite. These cells don't just convert sunlight to electricity, but also have the capacity to emit light."
Researchers Develop New Transparent Solar Cell SOLAR TECHNOLOGY NEWS | AUGUST 3, 2012 BY BRIAN |
Science & Tech  (tags: business, concept, design, discovery, energy, environment, habitat, New Technology, research, science )

Ruth
- 89 days ago - solartribune.com
'This technology means that transparent surfaces - like windows and cell phone screens - could be used to generate electricity..."[A solar film] harvests light and turns it into electricity. In our case, we harvest only the infrared part," says...'
Scientists Create First Solar Cell Entirely Made of Carbon SOLAR TECHNOLOGY NEWS | NOVEMBER 21, 2012 BY BRIAN
Science & Tech  (tags: science, concept, design, discovery, energy, environment, New Technology, research )

Ruth
- 89 days ago - solartribune.com
'...the Stanford research team has created a low-cost, all-carbon solar cell made of electrodes and photoactive layers made from a combination of three carbon allotropes--fullerenes, graphene and nanotubes.'
Black Silicon Can Increase Solar Efficiency SOLAR TECHNOLOGY NEWS | OCTOBER 17, 2012 BY BRIAN |
Science & Tech  (tags: business, concept, design, discovery, energy, environment, habitat, New Technology, research, science, world )

Ruth
- 89 days ago - solartribune.com
"Black silicon solar cell prototypes have been built successfully - the next step is to make them commercially available. The researchers are hoping to increase the efficiency of commercial solar cells, which is currently at around 17 percent,..."
Stanford Scientists Develop Peel-and-Stick Solar Cells SOLAR TECHNOLOGY NEWS | JANUARY 11, 2013 BY BRIAN
Science & Tech  (tags: science, New Technology, research, habitat, environment, energy, discovery, design, concept, business )

Ruth
- 89 days ago - solartribune.com
'Stanford University scientists have developed a flexible, decal-like thin-film solar cell that can be attached to almost any kind of surface. These solar cells can be produced using conventional, industry-standard materials and methods.'
MAIL: Pelton Birthplace 02/25/14
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, world, energy, environment, design, performance, business, science, New Technology, archaeology )

Ruth
- 89 days ago - homepower.com
'... I read a Home Power article about hydropower ...microhydro turbines, I think of Lester Pelton, the guy who invented the Pelton wheel, and a key figure in the renewable energy industry.'
Researchers Show Off 'Bird' Drones That Can Land on Power Lines to Recharge Themselves
Science & Tech  (tags: Micro Air Vehicles, power lines, drones, research, New Technology, MIT, military, US Air Force, surveillance )

Evelyn
- 120 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
The project, announced last year, promises to revolutionize war by down-sizing the combatants. 'Micro Air Vehicles will become a vital element in the ever-changing war-fighting environment and will help ensure success on the battlefield of the future"
Talking Dog Device Ready to Hit Market Soon
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, new technology, headset, device, talking dog, amazing )

Giana
- 185 days ago - gma.yahoo.com
What if your dog could greet you with more than a growl, or announce the reason he's scratching at the door?
Green Energy - Magma Geothermal System Invented in Iceland - Via TreeHugger
Science & Tech  (tags: Green Energy, Geothermal Energy, Magma, Iceland, New Technology )

Victoria
- 219 days ago - treehugger.com
Although geothermal energy is currently more expensive than solar and wind, and most geothermal energy resources don't have magma anywhere near the surface, they still offer potentially vast quantities of clean steam energy for the future.
Man Arrested in 22-Year-Old Rape Case
Science & Tech  (tags: DNA, crime, rape, new technology, science, investigation, discovery, news )

Carrie
- 347 days ago - kasa.com
In 1991, a Santa Fe woman walking past Franklin Miles Park was forced into a van and brutally raped. She reported the attack to police, but they were unable to identify a suspect. Now, 22 years later, the woman was given a sense of closure in the case.
A Machine That Turns Plastic Back Into Oil
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, environment, interesting, investigation, New Technology, research, Plastic, technology )

Frans
- 388 days ago - motherboard.vice.com
Plastic, though the holy grail of modern convenience, causes a trifecta of problems. We're running out of places to dump our non-biodegradable plastic waste and it's clogging up our oceans. Burning plastic releases tons of CO2 into the atmosphere ...
Tech Company Wants to Launch 'Space Harpoon' to Clean Up Debris - Video
Science & Tech  (tags: Europe, space, new technology, old satellites, interesting )

Giana
- 492 days ago - news.yahoo.com
European technology company Astrium has an out-of-the-box plan to get rid of all the old satellites and junk cluttering up outer space. The idea: a space harpoon.
The Smart Scanner That May Put Shampoo Back Into Your Carry-on
Science & Tech  (tags: business, computers, discovery, investigation, New Technology, research, science, safety, society, world )

Kit
- 765 days ago - discovermagazine.com
The new technology could allow for big bottles of liquid to be scanned and identified. It just might fight cancer also.
Faster Than the Speed of Light
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, computers, concept, discovery, energy, investigation, New Technology, performance, research, science, scientists, space, technology )

Kit
- 920 days ago - discovermagazine.com
Runaway subatomic particles seem to be 
breaking the cosmic speed limit. If the results hold 
up, physicists have some explaining to do.
Record Efficiency of 18.7 Percent for Flexible Solar Cells on Plastics
Science & Tech  (tags: Alternative energy sources, concept, design, discovery, energy, environment, health, investigation, New Technology, performance, research, science, scientists, society, solar, technology, world )

Kit
- 1198 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, have further boosted the energy conversion efficiency of flexible solar cells made of copper indium gallium (di)selenide (also known as CIGS) to a new world record of 18.7 percent --->
 

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