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  • University of Nebraska researchers harness heat to power computers

    Engineers at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln have created a nano-thermal-mechanical device, a thermal diode, which provides an alternative energy source for computing at high temperatures. details>>
  • Researchers create non-toxic and efficient thermoelectric material

    Researchers at the University of Utah recently discovered that a combination of calcium, cobalt, and terbium creates an efficient, inexpensive, and non-toxic material that generates thermoelectric energy. details>>
  • New method shows how lithium-ion batteries behave when short-circuiting

    Researchers at University College of London (UCL) have developed a novel technique for observing the behavior of lithium-ion batteries during short-circuit conditions. details>>
  • PolyU develops novel semiconductor nanofiber with high conductivity

    The Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) recently announced the development of technology that embeds highly conductive nanostructures into semiconductor nanofibers. details>>
  • Fraunhofer study examines electromechanical components in PV inverters

    A recent study conducted at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems in Freiburg, Germany explored means for making the production of photovoltaic (PV) inverters more cost-effective. details>>
  • Columbia researcher freeze lithium-ion batteries to make them safer

    Researchers at the Columbia University School of Engineering have developed a new method using ice-templating to control the structure of the solid electrolyte in lithium-ion batteries to make them safer. details>>
  • Researchers use new metamaterial to create improved infrared sensors

    Engineers at Duke University have used metamaterials composed of gold sitting atop a layer of lithium niobate crystal to create a thermal sensor. details>>
  • Device allows study of reactions between electrode, electrolyte and active materials

    Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have designed a new device to add designer molecules to an electrochemical cell and characterize the electrode-electrolyte interface while the cell is being charged and discharged. details>>
  • Duke engineers develop jumping droplets to cool hotspots in electronics

    Engineers at Duke University and Intel have announced a new technology, which uses water droplets jumping towards hotspots on high-powered electronics to provide cooling where it is needed most. details>>
  • Researchers design self-assembled transistors from carbon nanotubes

    Researchers at the University of Groningen (Netherlands), the University of Wuppertal (Germany) and IBM Zurich have developed a method for selecting semiconducting nanotubes from a solution and having them self-assemble on a circuit of gold electrodes. details>>
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