May 26, 2021

Intelligent Drone Swarms

Drones in swarms (especially large swarms) generally rely on a centralized controller to keep them organized and from crashing into each other. But as swarms get […]
May 24, 2021

This Solid-State Lithium-Ion Battery Recharges Fast, Protects Against Fire

Its solid-state sandwiched design is great at smothering lithium dendrites that can cause batteries to catch fire Engineers at Harvard have developed a solid-state lithium-ion battery […]
May 19, 2021

In Mahle’s Contact-Free Electric Motor, Power Reaches the Rotor Wirelessly

There’s no wear and tear—and no rare earths, either Automakers outside China are scrambling to develop electric motor designs that use no permanent magnets, partly because the […]
May 17, 2021

Digital Nose Stimulation Enables Smelling in Stereo

A tiny nose-worn device turns electrical waveforms into directional smells Humans nose have two nostrils, which you’d think would allow us to determine the direction of […]
May 12, 2021

Wind Can Power 3.3 Million New Jobs Over Next Five Years

New analysis by the Global Wind Energy Council shows that 3.3 million new wind power jobs can be created globally over the next five years thanks […]
May 10, 2021

IBM unveils world’s first 2nm chipmaking technology

IBM has said it has developed the world’s first 2nm chipmaking technology that should bring power and speed improvements to future computer chips. The industry has […]
April 16, 2021

How Inexpensive Must Energy Storage Be for Utilities to Switch to 100 Percent Renewables?

MIT researchers list the energy storage technologies that could enable a 100 percent renewable grid Recently, the city of Los Angeles inked a deal for a […]
April 14, 2021

Can California’s Canals Deliver Water And Electricity?

Researchers in California look to India’s canals-top solar arrays for inspiration. Rows of solar panels stretch to the horizon near Chandrasan, a small village in India’s […]
April 12, 2021

How Pests Can Help Renewable Energy Develop

It sounds almost too good to be true, but a well-known marine pest, called the gribble, can significantly aid in developing and storing a renewable energy […]