Crawl into the Recharge sleeping bag after a long day of festival fun, and your body won’t be the only thing refreshed in the morning.
Check out this step by step guide to creating a gadget that will turn waste heat into juice for your favorite gadget!
Printable thermoelectric generators could make it cheap and easy to harvest energy from waste heat.
Green Car Reports takes a look at a recent study which suggests plug-in hybrids could benefit from waste heat recovery systems to be even more efficient.
The pump is activated by body heat and relies on the natural process of fermentation to trigger the medication flow.
The US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory recently recruited two top IT companies to aid in its quest for a super efficient data center.
What if all fresh water supplies are compromised, and we eventually run out of water? Takram imagined that we might need something more sophisticated than a bottle.
Through the use of nanotechnology, researchers say they will be able to potentially recover energy wasted as heat in factories, power plants and cars.
A company plans to build a 20-megawatt photovoltaic system in the California desert, with a pilot solar thermal system right next door.
By layering carbon nanotubes and polymers, researchers discovered that they could create a fabric that converts body heat to electricity.
Researchers at the University of North Dakota are developing a waste-to-energy technology for the Green Mountain Coffee roasting facility in Waterbury, Vermont.