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this week in science september 2016

Brief: This Week In Science – 10th to 16th September 2016

Energy Scotland unveiled a turbine for the world's first large scale tidal energy farm. Source: The Guardian Neuroscience Brain-Machine interface enables monkeys to type a passage from Shakespeare. Source: Factor Space ESA's Gaia spacecraft tool its first sky...

Graphene Converts Heat into Electrical Energy

Graphene, an allotrope of carbon, was first isolated at the University of Manchester in 2004 by Sir Andre Geim and Sir Kostya Novoselov. In 2010, they had been awarded the Nobel...
engineers create glowing plants

Engineers create plants that glow using nanoparticles

Think about that instead of switching on a lamp when it will get dark, you might read by the light of a glowing plant on your table. MIT engineers have taken a...
Poop Into Power

American Capital Harnessing Electrical Energy From Each Flush

The next time you flush in the capital of United States, you may think about this: You — or, more precisely, when ever anyone flushes — will assist in generating clean energy. D.C. Water, which...
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Graphene Can Be Used To Make Indoor Solar Cells

A scientific breakthrough with the “wonder material” graphene has opened up the potential for indoor photo voltaic cells that capture energy from indirect sun light, in addition to ambient power from...

Something About Vintage LED Bulbs

Vintage LED bulbs are designed to give lamps a retro look, which in the right surroundings offers a unique ambiance, which will complement the decor of a place. The trend to...