Washing your clothes in a high tech laundry detergent can turn you into a human-sized air filter.
Researchers report on a potentially clean, less expensive way to produce hydrogen fuel by taking advantage of tree-like nanostructures to harvest solar energy.
By layering carbon nanotubes and polymers, researchers discovered that they could create a fabric that converts body heat to electricity.
Visitors to Aalto University’s Multidisciplinary Institute of Digitalisation and Energy Demo Day made solar cells from carbon nanobuds and blueberries.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin developed a way to power medical nanotechnologies with the natural motions of the body, like blood flow and breath.
Optofluidics researchers say that by using fluids to direct and concentrate, we could boost the efficiency of already existing energy producing systems.
New research from Rice University suggests that carbon nanotech cables can be used to conduct electricity at a sixth of the weight of traditional metals.