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Converting the energy of waste heat occurring in integrated circuits

The heat which occurs in tiny computer processors might soon be no longer useless or even a problem. On the contrary: It could be used to switch these processors more easily or to store data more efficiently!

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The wireless bicycle brake

Europeans support and drive innovation; a recent addition to this trend is a wireless bicycle brake developed by computer scientists at Saarland University in Germany.

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Eton Mobius iPhone 4 comes with a solar charging case

Nowadays the abundance of mobile solar charging options is very natural. For this reason the appearance of a solar charging case for a smart phone like Eton Mobius was something expected.

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A new MEMS device generates energy from low-frequency vibrations

Today’s wireless-sensor networks can do everything from supervising factory machinery to tracking environmental pollution to measuring the movement of buildings and bridges.

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Sport Shoes to Produce Electric Power

The awareness for discovering alternative eco friendly sources of renewable energy is increased in public conscience.

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Solar Stand an Eco Gadget Running on Solar Power

The eco gadgets are part of our life and a simple source of happiness for men.

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Samsung NC 215S a Good Netbook To Run On Solar Power

Samsung NC 215S is a netbook which run on the solar power.

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Wave Jet a Personal Electric Vehicle on Water

Yet another toy, you’ll be attempting to say when you will use Wave Jet as electric vehicle.

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Solar Energy an Ingredient for Soft Rocker Outdoor Chairs Already Mounted in MIT Campus

These days the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – MIT – campus was equipped with some functional art installations (outdoor chairs running on solar energy) called Soft Rocker, made by the students at the school of architecture led by Professor Sheila Kennedy as an antidote to “conventional hard urban infrastructure.”

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Developing a high-performance low-cost green LEDs, the key to white LEDs

First discovered in the 1920s, LEDs – light-emitting diodes – are semiconductors that convert electricity into light.

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