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A nanoengineered graphene coating could make it possible to generate hydroelectric power without disrupting river ecosystems. Humans have been harvesting the power of moving water for centuries, from waterwheel’s to hydroelectric dams. The only problem with most of


Thinner and stronger than steel, graphene already outperforms all other known materials as a conductor of heat. Graphene is a thin flake of ordinary carbon – a mere one atom thick, yet 200 times as strong as steel. Researchers at Read more…


Over the last few days, I’ve come across a number of items documenting the exciting technological breakthroughs occurring within the battery industry. While batteries have continued to evolve at a remarkable pace, the cost associated with these new technologies remains Read more…