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  • Scientists observe unusual fluid behavior in microgravity

    Scientists aboard the International Space Station (ISS) observed that vapor near a wickless heat pipe condensed into a liquid even when the temperature was 160 K above the normal boiling point of the substance. details>>
  • Outlining industry developments in thermal solutions for servers

    Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. released an outline of developments in the server, data center, and cloud computing industries for cooling at the macro level and at the device level. details>>
  • ARM unveils latest generator of processors focusing on AI and machine learning

    ARM previewed the company's latest generation processor design, DynamIQ, which is focused on providing better connections between wider varieties of CPUs and devices. details>>
  • Sandia Labs using refrigerant not water for cooling supercomputers

    Sandia National Laboratories is highlighted for designing a Thermosyphon Cooler Hybrid System for cooling supercomputers that could save as much as four or five million gallons of water per year in New Mexico by avoiding the energy needs of a compressor. details>>
  • Heat pipe technology being used to turn household waste into heating fuel

    Brunel University London and Mission Resources Ltd., a group of companies focused on the waste industry, are working together to develop a low temperature pyrolysis treatment to decompose household wastes into clean, sustainable fuels to heat water for homes. details>>
  • Thermally responsive fabric changes thickness based on conditions

    A team at Otherlab developed a thermally adaptive material that passively changes thickness and insulation based on the ambient temperature. details>>
  • Article explains a novel approach to developing a thermal capacitor

    A recent article from Electronics Cooling Magazine explained a novel approach to building a thermal capacitor to mitigate temperature fluctuations by absorbing and releasing thermal energy. details>>
  • Chicago startup has created a battery to store thermal energy

    NETenergy, a technology startup in Chicago, Ill., is receiving plaudits and drawing interest from across the country thanks to its innovative home and business heating system that is powered by a battery that stores thermal energy for use during on-peak hours. details>>
  • Two-Phase Flow study exploring efficient cooling systems for space

    A recent article on Phys.org took a look at the Two-Phase Flow investigation by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and by NASA, which is exploring two-phase boiling as a potential cooling solution for long-term space exploration. details>>
  • Nintendo Switch utilizes big battery and plenty of cooling

    The Nintendo Switch was recently released to the typical fanfare one would expect from potentially the last new system that will be produced by the legendary video game company and it did not take long for there to be breakdowns and examinations of what makes the mobile system tick. details>>
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