Monthly Archives: October 2016

Electricity from Earth Crust – Iceland Drilling in Molten Magma

Iceland Deep Drilling Project (IDDP) is drilling down into the molten magma that flows through volcanoes and hopes to have created the hottest hole in the earth. The project leaders and earth science scientists have hopes of establishing a powerful new sustainable energy source Continue reading

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A Nanomaterial which Acts as a Battery and a Supercapacitor Too

A powerful novel nanomaterial developed by Northwestern University chemist William Dichtel and his research team is going to be a game-changer in the field of electric charge storage and discharge technique. Continue reading






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UK Scientists Successfully Transmit Data through Electric Grid

Data transmission through cables without any loss and that too at a very high speed and laying the separate cables for the same has become a necessity in this century. Continue reading






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Now Cars Passing on Busy Roads to Produce Clean Electricity

In the United States, populous and busy states like California are facing traffic congestion problems at all hours of the day. Scientists in California are working hard to devise a method to generate energy by using these traffic jams on the state’s crowded highways into clean electricity. Continue reading






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