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  • Innovative heat shield installed on NASA Parker Solar Probe

    In June, NASA announced that its innovative heat shield, the Thermal Protection System (TPS), was installed on the Parker Solar Probe, which will soon begin its mission to get as close to the sun as any human-made object in history. details>>
  • Solar towers used to test composite material response in extreme heat

    Researchers at the National Solar Thermal Test Facility (NSTTF), operated by Sandia National Laboratories for the U.S. Department of Energy, recently used the solar tower to test a sample of composite material (called a coupon) under extreme temperatures. details>>
  • Pushing boundaries of space exploration with small-scale nuclear power systems

    Researchers from the University of Leicester (U.K.) have announced the creation of prototype power generating systems, radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTG) and radioisotope heater unites (RHU), which are intended to utilize waste heat from americium-241. details>>
  • Article explores recent industry developments in thermal imaging cameras

    A recent article from Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS), a thermal engineering company based in Norwood, Mass., looks at recent developments in the thermal imaging camera market, including the trend from popular manufacturers to build smartphone apps and devices. details>>
  • UAB researchers double contract with NASA to create cold-stowage technology

    According to a recent article from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), NASA has doubled its investment in the UAB Engineering Innovation and Technology Development (EITD) research group with a multi-year contract worth $50 million to provide and maintain cold-stowage units for the International Space Station (ISS). details>>
  • Report indicates that global energy consumption will skyrocket due to cooling needs

    A new report from the University of Birmingham (U.K.) has declared that there will be more than 14 billion cooling appliances in use worldwide by 2050 (quadruple the current total), which will require five times as much energy consumption dedicated to cooling. details>>
  • New heat pump technology provides more affordable cooling for buildings

    European researchers have collaborated on a novel, geothermal, dual-source heat pump (DSHP) that provides cost-effective, energy-efficient heating and cooling of buildings, as part of the European Union GEOTeCH project. details>>
  • Thanks to European researchers, electronics fashion is on the horizon

    According to a recent article from Horizon, a research and innovation magazine that covers the European Union (EU), researchers are on the verge of bringing electronics and fashion together by threading circuitry into clothes to create comfortably wearable devices. details>>
  • Imec unveils 3-D printed impingement cooling solution for high-powered chips

    Imec, a Belgium-based research and development hub focused on nanoelectronics and digital technologies, recently demonstrated a novel and cost-effective impingement solution for cooling high-performance chips at the package level. details>>
  • Do imperfections in phase-change material impact thermal performance

    Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS), a leading-edge thermal engineering and manufacturing company focused on the thermal management of electronics, recently published an article that explained the insignificant impact that wrinkles or dents in phase-change material (PCM) have on the thermal performance of a heat sink. details>>
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