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Stomach Acid Harnessed to Power Ingestible Devices

Researchers at MIT and Harvard University designed a tiny device that in tests with animals show it can run for days powered by acids in the stomach. . . . → Read More: Stomach Acid Harnessed to Power Ingestible Devices

Solar Cells Shown Feasible to Power Medical Implants

Biomedical engineers in Switzerland built and field-tested small solar cells that generated enough energy for implanted medical devices like heart pacemakers. . . . → Read More: Solar Cells Shown Feasible to Power Medical Implants

Solar Reactor Devised for Small-Scale Chemical Production

An engineering group developed a solar-powered catalytic reactor that can produce small amounts of drugs and agricultural chemicals on demand. . . . → Read More: Solar Reactor Devised for Small-Scale Chemical Production

Trump Transition Seeking Info on National Labs

The transition team for president-elect Donald Trump is seeking details about activities of U.S. national labs and programs related to climate change operated by Department of Energy. . . . → Read More: Trump Transition Seeking Info on National Labs

Fuel Cell Vehicles Reach Market, Seek Critical Mass

As the first hydrogen fuel cell vehicles go on sale, a group of companies and government agencies are seeking ways to encourage sales to help meet national goals for reducing greenhouse gases. . . . → Read More: Fuel Cell Vehicles Reach Market, Seek Critical Mass

Nanotech Plastic Textile Dissipates Body Heat

A new plastic textile material developed at Stanford University is shown to reflect sunlight while allowing more heat from the body to escape, keeping people cooler. . . . → Read More: Nanotech Plastic Textile Dissipates Body Heat

Inexpensive Hydrogen Storage Devised for Solar Energy

An engineering team in Switzerland designed a system for producing hydrogen from solar power with abundant available materials, providing an inexpensive and feasible energy storage method. . . . → Read More: Inexpensive Hydrogen Storage Devised for Solar Energy

So Many Lights To Choose From But Which One Shines The Brightest, A Guide To LEDs

Everyone should make a conscious effort to help the environment and switching to LEDs is just one simple way. . . . → Read More: So Many Lights To Choose From But Which One Shines The Brightest, A Guide To LEDs

U.S. Energy Use Declines in 2015, Renewables Gain

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20 April 2016. Energy use by Americans in their homes and businesses declined in 2015 from the previous year, due to a sharp drop in coal burned for electric power, among other factors. The findings were published in an annual accounting of national energy supply and demand by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, based . . . → Read More: U.S. Energy Use Declines in 2015, Renewables Gain

Cell-Free Synthetic Biochemical Process Devised

Synthetic biochemistry team, L-R, Paul Opgenorth, Tyler Korman, and James Bowie (reed Hutchinson, Univ of California, Los Angeles)

13 April 2016. A biochemistry lab at University of California in Los Angeles developed techniques for producing synthetic bio-based chemicals without processing sugars through cells. The discoveries from the lab of biochemistry professor James Bowie is . . . → Read More: Cell-Free Synthetic Biochemical Process Devised