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Nanotechnology sparks energy storage on paper and cloth
Stanford engineer Yi Cui and his team have manufactured new energy storage devices out of paper and cloth, with a range of potential applications. (2010-02-20)
Dip ordinary paper into ink infused with nanotubes and nanowires to create an instant battery
Dip an ordinary piece of paper into ink infused with carbon nanotubes and silver nanowires, and it turns into a battery or supercapacitor. (2009-12-07)
Nanotube defects equal better energy and storage systems
Most people would like to be able to charge their cell phones and other personal electronics quickly and not too often. (2009-11-19)
Carnegie Mellon customizing electric cars for cost-effective urban commuting
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute have launched a new community-based approach to electric vehicle design, conversion and operations. (2009-11-16)
Flexible, transparent supercapacitors are latest devices from USC nanotube lab
A prototype high-performance device created at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering uses a novel architecture of carbon nanotubes and metal nanowires set in indium oxide films to temporarily store large amounts of electrical energy for release when needed. (2009-03-30)
Scientists determine strength of 'liquid smoke'
Researchers have created a 3-D image of a material referred to as (2008-07-29)
Philips patents TU Eindhoven's energy return system
An increasing number of private individuals supply their excess energy, from external energy sources (windmills and solar cells), to the electricity grid and only take energy from the grid when necessary. (2008-01-24)
Beyond batteries: Storing power in a sheet of paper
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute researchers have developed a new energy storage device that could be mistaken for a simple sheet of paper. (2007-08-13)
Graphene oxide paper could spawn a new class of materials
Researchers at Northwestern University have fabricated graphene oxide (2007-07-25)
Researcher discovers new materials
A research team led by Carnegie Mellon University Materials Science and Biomedical Engineering Professor Prashant Kumta has discovered a nanocrystalline material. (2006-07-10)
High power supercapacitors from carbon nanotubes
Supercapacitors that can deliver a strong surge of electrical power could be manufactured from carbon nanotubes using a technique developed by researchers at UC Davis. (2005-02-14)
GM Holden and CSIRO - Developing the next generation of hybrid powered cars
CSIRO will work with GM Holden to develop supercapacitors, advanced batteries and energy management control systems for the next generation of hybrid powered vehicles. (2004-11-17)
Good vibrations in the nanoworld
Accessing vibrational modes of molecular chains at the site of a specific atom in molecules is no longer a dream. (2004-09-28)
Advanced energy storage technologies offer economic and energy-efficient back-up power options
Back-up power users such as manufacturers and utility providers are reluctant to move to advanced energy storage technologies from traditional lead-acid batteries. (2004-07-28)
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