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Think trains are a relic of the past? Think about these facts: Even today, 42 percent of the nation’s freight is moved by train….
Silicon-based lithium-ion batteries could be a boon for everything from smartphones to EVs, and Stanford researches say pomegranates have inspired a design breakthrough.
External power supplies, used with laptops, power drills and many other household devices, now have to meet tougher U.S. efficiency standards.
Residents of apartment buildings in New York will been given a chance to take part in an innovative recycling program designed to keep gadgets out of landfill.
Using inexpensive materials configured and tuned to capture microwave signals, researchers have designed a power-harvesting device with efficiency similar to that of modern solar panels.
When combined with suitable nanofillers, the biodegradable polymer can act as an electricity conductor, the company says.
Such a display could be the key to the wearable technology that’s sure to be in our future.