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October 9, 2017 | Source: The University of Texas at Dallas, utdallas.edu, 25 Aug 2017, Amanda Siegfried
No Batteries Required: Energy-Harvesting Yarns Generate Electricity
An international research team led by scientists at The University of Texas at Dallas and Hanyang University in South Korea has developed high-tech yarns that generate electricity...
September 26, 2017 | Source: Duke University, pratt.duke.edu, 14 June 2017, Ken Kingery
Printed Sensors Monitor Tire Wear in Real Time
Electrical engineers at Duke University have invented an inexpensive printed sensor that can monitor the tread of car tires in real time, warning drivers when the rubber meeting...
July 17, 2017 | Source: King Abdullah University of Science & Technology, discovery.kaust.edu.sa, 25 April 2017
Augmented Reality at Your Fingertips
The intuitive touch screens integral to smartphones caused a sensation when first released, and they remain popular for many consumer electronics. Now, a team from KAUST has found...
June 29, 2017 | Source: NASA Tech Briefs, John H. Glenn Research Center, 1 March 2017
Solid-State Lithium Sulfur Battery
Applications include electric vehicles, consumer electronics, UAVs, and wind and solar energy storage. A novel 3D Li-S battery was developed that is based on a tri-layer solid-...
In Situ Manufacturing of Polymer Nanocomposites for Energetic Applications
Introduction For many years, propellant and explosive formulators have investigated the use of nanomaterials to increase performance and modify reactivity of energetic materials...
December 19, 2016 | Source: MIT News, David L. Chandler
Inside Tiny Carbon Nanotubes, Water Turns Solid When It Should Be Boiling
It’s a well-known fact that water, at sea level, starts to boil at a temperature of 212 degrees Fahrenheit, or 100 degrees Celsius. And scientists have long observed that when...
December 5, 2016 | Source: Case Western Reserve University, case.edu
Dry Adhesive Holds in Extreme Cold, Strengthens in Extreme Heat
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University, Dayton Air Force Research Laboratory and China have developed a new dry adhesive that bonds in extreme temperatures—a quality...
September 7, 2016 | Source: Dexter Johnson, spectrum.ieee.org
Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensor Detects Toxins With a Mobile Phone
A little over four years ago, researchers at the University of California, Riverside, developed a sensor made from carbon nantoubes for detecting toxic chemicals. So enthusiastic...
March 28, 2016 | Source: Linköping Universitet
Supercondenser Stores Heat as Electricity
Researchers at the Laboratory for Organic Electronics at Linköping Universitet, Sweden, have created a supercondenser that can be charged by the sun. It contains no expensive or...
Carbon Nanotubes: Small Structures with Big Promise
The unique physical, electrical, and molecular properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) cause them to be the focus of research for a wide range of applications. While commercial...
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