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Quantum Computer Built Inside a Diamond

Diamonds are forever – or, at least, the effects of a diamond on quantum computing may be.

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Scotland keeps the target on renewable energy

Scotland is 35% power by renewable energy.  Seems to be impressive but the goal is to get 100% of its power using renewable energy by 2020 appeared in an article on Treehugger.

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Plumbing water energy to light the house

The idea of light the house due to water energy flowing through house plumbing is very ingenious, praiseworthy and seems to work very well.

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Car2go launches a car-sharing project this fall in Birmingham

Car2go announced the debut of the urban mobility scheme in UK starting this fall its car-sharing project in Birmingham.

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The piezoelectric effect in graphene at nanoscale

By depositing atoms on one side of a grid of the “miracle material” graphene, researchers at Stanford have engineered piezoelectricity into a nanoscale material for the first time. The implications could yield dramatic degree of control in nanotechnology.

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Researchers begin graphene production

A group of researchers at Linköping University are now marketing their method of producing graphene. There is great interest in the Nobel Prize-winning material, which is suitable for things such as high-frequency electronics.

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Michigan University Researchers Developed Cardiac Pacemakers to be charged due to human body motion

Cardiac pacemakers save many lives but have batteries with short time life.

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Electrified highways for electric trucks and cars in Sweden

The dream of electrified highways for car and truck transport has remained on the spot.

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Metamaterials may boost wireless power transfer

More than one hundred years after the pioneering inventor Nikola Tesla first became fascinated with wireless energy transfer, the spread of mobile electronic devices has sparked renewed interest in the ability to power up without plugging in.

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Watertube an eco gadget to provide drinking water in remote areas

More than 75 percent of the Earth surface is covered by water and probably only 2.5 percent of it is fresh water.

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