Monthly Archives: August 2016

Store Electricity with Solid Oxide Fuel Cell – UK Researchers

University of St Andrews researchers led by Professor John Irvine have put forward an important step in the field of electricity storage which is generated by intermittent energy sources. In the energy conservation field, there is a continuous quest for scientists and researchers from all around the world. Continue reading

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Now Genetically Modified Bacteria to Act as Electrical Conductors

Scientists at the University of Massachusetts have genetically modified common soil bacteria to produce nanowires. These nanowires have metallic-like conductivity, means they can act as electrical conductors. Continue reading






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A Method Which Captures Carbon And Creates Electricity

Cornell University researchers Lynden Archer and Wajdi Al Sadat recently discovered a unique method for capturing the greenhouse gas and converting it to a useful product, while producing electrical energy. Continue reading






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Osmotic Power Generation – a New Source of Electricity

Researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne’s (EPFL) Laboratory of Nanoscale Biology after a long research have finally arrived at a method to harness energy with the help of water and a very thin membrane! Continue reading






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