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India will lower tenth times the electromagnetic field radiation limits from this September

According to an article from EmfNews, by first of September this year India will lower to one tenth the level of emitted radiation by cellphone towers. This way the prevailing standards of 9.2 w/m2 (watt per square meter) will be lowered to 0.92 w/m2. Such a decision follows a report of inter-ministerial committee to study […]

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Toyota Camatte a Japanese Concept Car

During the International Tokyo Toy Show 2012 this June, Toyota has released a new concept vehicle called Toyota Camatte. This concept car looks like a toy, cute and compact to give fun driving for children and parents. Camatte offers two models: Camatte Sora and Camatte Daichi. Toyota Camatte features customizable body easily to remove and […]

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Electrically conductive gel – now printable

Researchers from Stanford University have invented an electrically conductive gel, quick and easy to make, which can be applied onto a surface with an inkjet printer. The two Stanford associate professors Zhenan Bao and Yi Cui with team created the material of this electrically conductive gel, a jelly that feels and behaves like biological tissue […]

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Denmark can triple its biomass production and improve the environment

The industry is interested in establishing a biorefinery sector in Denmark that can replace oil-based products with biofriendly materials, chemicals, energy and fuel.

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Street lamp with LED lights and solar panels for the Olympics 2012

Street lamp has a futuristic design and is dubbed as solar tree being crafted by Ross Lovegrove.  The urban design will totally transform the look of the future streets and cities. Solar panels as well as LED lights have been outfitted together in it. The street lamp can illuminate for three days nonstop using only […]

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Stanford scientists spark new interest in the century-old Edison battery

Stanford University scientists have breathed new life into the nickel-iron battery, a rechargeable technology developed by Thomas Edison more than a century ago.

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Austria’s most efficient thermal power plant

The heat-and power cogeneration plant had already commenced operation in May 2012.

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Bringing down the cost of fuel cells

Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) have identified a catalyst that provides the same level of efficiency in microbial fuel cells (MFCs) as the currently used platinum catalyst, but at 5% of the cost.

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Researchers send “Wireless” message using a beam of neutrinos

A group of scientists led by researchers from the University of Rochester and North Carolina State University have for the first time sent a message using a beam of neutrinos – nearly massless particles that travel at almost the speed of light. The message was sent through 240 meters of stone and said simply, “Neutrino.”

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Mathematicians find a way to hide waves inside an invisible “Hat”

Invisibility, once the subject of magic or legend, is slowly becoming reality.

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