HydroPak Fuel Cell Could Replace Generators, Batteries
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A Perfect Female Companion: Project Aiko
Coal-to-diesel breakthrough could drastically cut oil imports
Professor Alan Goldman and his Rutgers team in collaboration with researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have developed a way to convert carbon sources, such as coal to diesel fuel. This important ...
Scalable wind turbine might fit on your roof
Solar-powered toothbrush doesn't require toothpaste
Researchers find thousands of secret keys in Android apps
In a paper presented—and awarded the prestigious Ken Sevcik Outstanding Student Paper Award—at the ACM SIGMETRICS conference on June 18, Jason Nieh, professor of computer science at Columbia Engineering, ...
Wind, water and sun beat biofuels, nuclear and coal for clean energy, researcher says
(PhysOrg.com) -- The best ways to improve energy security, mitigate global warming and reduce the number of deaths caused by air pollution are blowing in the wind and rippling in the water, not growing on ...
Robotic ants building homes on Mars?
(PhysOrg.com) -- Recent discoveries of water and Earth-like soil on Mars have set imaginations running wild that human beings may one day colonise the Red Planet. However, the first inhabitants might not be ...
Taiwan engineers defeat limits of flash memory
Enclosed tube maglev system tested in China
Li-fi protocol allows use of the internet at the speed of light
Sisoft Company in Mexico has developed a technology that can illuminate a large work space, an auditorium or an office, while providing full mobile internet to every device that comes into the range of the ...
Scientists could save thousands with student's DIY microscope
Expensive tests for measuring everything from sperm motility to cancer diagnosis have just been made hundreds of thousands of dollars cheaper by a PhD student from Brunel University London who hacked his ...
IBM Reveals Five Innovations that Will Change Our Lives Over the Next Five Years
Unveiled today, the second annual "IBM Next Five in Five" is a list of innovations that have the potential to change the way people work, live and play over the next five years.