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Sunlight + Water + CO2 = Renewable Natural Gas Production

HyperSolar is developing a breakthrough technology to produce renewable natural gas using only sunlight, waste water and carbon dioxide to produce hydrogen, methane, and other valuable chemical products. Inspired by the photosynthetic processes that plants use to effortlessly harness the power of the Sun to create energy molecules, HyperSolar developing a novel solar-powered nanoparticle system […]

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Humanoid Robot or an Anthropomorphic Robot is a robot with its overall appearance is based on that of the human body, and allows interaction with human tools or environments. Modern humanoid robots effectively interact with humans, and they contain artificial intelligence to detect humans, goods, environment, and languages for communication. Humanoid robot is an autonomous […]

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MicroGen systems Inc. is developing a suite of products based on its proprietary Piezoelectric Vibrational Energy Harvester (PZEH) technology. These low cost, long lifetime (>20 years) Micro-ElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) are micro-power sources that extend rechargeable battery lifetime or will eliminate the need for batteries altogether. Usually, the factors open up new vistas in Energy Harvesting […]

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Laser Tractor beams have the ability to trap and move objects using laser light. NASA scientists study the Laser Tractor beams concept for remotely capturing planetary or atmospheric particles and delivering them to a robotic rover or orbiting spacecraft for analysis.

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BioMedical Nanorobots are Biomedical electronics systems implanted in human body, examples are heart pacemakers, kidney supporting systems, Brain implants, wireless health monitoring systems, etc. Taiwan scientists developed a latest nanodevice that sits underneath the skin and converts near-infrared (NIR) light energy into electrical power. This is a promising wireless electrical power source for biomedical nanorobots […]

Read more >>> BioMedical Nanorobots Powered by Near-Infrared Light

Taking advantage of the unique properties of zinc oxide nanowires, Georgia Tech researchers have demonstrated a new type of Piezoelectric Resistive Switching device in which the write-read access of memory cells is controlled by electromechanical modulation. Operating on flexible substrates, arrays of these devices could provide a new way to interface the mechanical actions of […]

Read more >>> Piezoelectrically Modulated Resistive Memory (PRM) using Piezoelectric Nanowires

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