New water-based battery could increase deployment of solar farms

New water-based battery could increase deployment of solar farms

By Anna Domanska - May 08, 2018

Two of the fastest growing forms of renewable energy generation, wind and solar, both have the same limitation. They’re exposed to harsh weather conditions and routinely go for h

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Toyota Announces $50 Million Investment at Stanford and MIT for Car-Tech Research

Toyota Announces $50 Million Investment at Stanford and MIT for Car-Tech Research

By Anna Domanska - Sep 07, 2015

In an ambitious new collaboration, Japanese auto giant Toyota is investing $50 million with Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the research and de

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Lithium battery that could last for days may be coming soon

Lithium battery that could last for days may be coming soon

By Anna Domanska - Jul 29, 2014

Battery life remains a huge issue in devices ranging from smartphones to electric vehicles. While computing technology continues to evolve at a breakneck speed, battery technology

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Indian American Scientist develops a printable 50- Cent Microscope that folds like Origami

Indian American Scientist develops a printable 50- Cent Microscope that folds like Origami

By Anna Domanska - May 03, 2014

Manu Prakash, an assistant professor of Bioengineering at Stanford University has developed an ultra low-cost ‘print and fold’ microscope that has the potential to push humanit

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Innovative ‘Pomegranate-inspired’ Design Solves Major Drawbacks for Lithium Ion Batteries

Innovative ‘Pomegranate-inspired’ Design Solves Major Drawbacks for Lithium Ion Batteries

By Carrie Ann - Feb 17, 2014

Innovators at Stanford University and the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have created an electrode designed like a pomegranate – with silic

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