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Using carbon nanotubes, researchers have developed a battery that is not only flexible, but can also be scaled to suit any size device.
Wearable solar cells (06/11/2013)
Clothes featuring flexible wires of solar cells could one day allow us to charge our devices by plugging them into our jacket or shirt.
The dragonfly-inspired turbine from Renzo Piano is small enough to be erected in a backyard and can harness energy from winds as low as four miles per hour.
Researchers have created the first silicon power cell, which could allow power storage to be integrated into a device—replacing batteries completely.
Ho Chi Minh City Institute of Physics came up with solar battery technology that connects to SIPV grid (smart Integrated Photovoltaic). SIPV technology can promote all advantages of solar battery in Vietnam conditions.
Textiles with integrated electrical circuits, commonly referred to as smart fabrics, show a great deal of promise for applications such as clothing with embedded electronics.
Researchers are constantly working on ways to power our lives through alternative sources of energy. From power-generating insoles to thermoelectric flashlights, researchers know that plenty of energy could be harvested from the human body, through our movement, our heat, and now, our urine.
The Garmin Head-Up Display (HUD) receives navigation information, speed, traffic, and safety camera alerts from your Bluetooth®-enabled smartphones and projects it onto your windshield.
The Cynaps is an ear-free device that conducts sound through your skull using bone conduction. You no longer have to contend with tangled wires or uncomfortable earplugs.
Scientists at the University of Maryland have built a battery made of wood that is long-lasting and environmentally friendly. In an article published yesterday by the university, the battery is described as a sliver of wood coated by tin.
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