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Silicon and graphene for better batteries

Imagine a cellphone battery that stayed charged for more than a week and recharged in just 15 minutes. That dream battery could be closer to reality thanks to Northwestern University research .

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Dye-sensitized solar cells more efficient than silicon cells

Dye-sensitized Grätzel solar cells have just set a new efficiency benchmark. By changing the composition and color of the cells, an EPFL team has increased their efficiency to more than 12%. Their results have just been published in Science.

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Rechargeable batteries and hydrogen-fuel production cheaper now

A team of researchers at MIT has found one of the most effective catalysts ever discovered for splitting oxygen atoms from water molecules — a key reaction for advanced energy-storage systems, including electrolyzers, to produce hydrogen fuel and rechargeable batteries. This new catalyst liberates oxygen at more than 10 times the rate of the best […]

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Logic gates built from bacteria and DNA

Steps toward biological computing are completed by creation of logic gates from gut bacteria and DNA.

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Projection System as a touch screen developed by Microsoft Research

Due to Microsoft Research and Carnegie Mellon University which have created a wearable projection system that turns portion of walls, paper or even the hand of users into graphical interactive surface something will happen differently.

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Quantum computing

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Quantum computing

The concepts of quantum technology promise to achieve more powerful information processing than is possible with even the best possible classical computers.

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Power source for implants by breathing energy

Each biological implant is coming up with a kind of power source.

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Faster than the speed of light

Brand new data from CERN indicates a particle that moves faster than the speed of light.

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Studying antimatter

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Studying antimatter

The entrapment of antimatter for 16 minutes allows for tests of the foundations of physics.

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Cell phones and the electromagnetic radiations could affect fertility

Cell phones, these very popular devices to harm our life without visible and immediate consequences are subject of debates about human body health.

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