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  • Fujitsu turning to liquid immersion cooling for data centers

    A recent report by IEEE Spectrum highlighted the many ways that large companies are trying to cool data centers particularly the decision by Fujitsu to implement liquid immersion cooling systems. details>>
  • Google expects to commercialize quantum technology in five years

    In a March article in Nature, engineers at the Google Quantum AI (Artificial Intelligence) Laboratory announced plans to produce the first viable quantum computers within the next five years. details>>
  • NREL signs agreement with Forge Nano to commercialize battery technology

    The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) announced that it has entered into an agreement with Colorado-based, innovative materials company Forge Nano to commercialize its patented materials and systems. details>>
  • Aavid Thermacore designs thermal management solution for telescope

    Aavid Thermacore Europe has worked with Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) to build a thermal management solution for new high-tech radio telescope. details>>
  • Researchers create largest transparent fuel test assembly in the world

    Researchers in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University (College Station, Texas) have developed the largest transparent test fuel assembly in the world. details>>
  • University of Sheffield engineers cooling stadiums at Qatar 2022

    A unique system co-designed by engineers at the University of Sheffield (U.K.) is being implemented to help keep players and fans cool at the newly renovated Khalifa International Stadium in Doha. details>>
  • Smart windows significantly reduce energy consumption

    A doctoral thesis presented at the Eindhoven (Netherlands) University of Technology (TU/e) argues that switchable smart windows, which act as blinds during hot summer months and allow all the sunlight in during the winter. details>>
  • Volkswagen Golf featuring new engine with innovative thermal management

    The new Volkswagen Golf Lineup will feature a turbocharged, in-line, four-cylinder engine that also includes an innovative thermal management system to ensure performance. details>>
  • Ebullient develops two-phase, direct-to-chip liquid cooling solution

    Ebullient has created a two-phase, direct-to-chip cooling technology called DirectJet with sealed modules that can be installed in servers to keep components cool. details>>
  • Witricity using magnetic resonance to widen transmission gap in wireless charging

    Witricity is looking to make wireless charging more efficient and with a higher range thanks to its work with magnetic resonance. details>>
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