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Dual-purpose film gives extra edge to energy storage November 04, 2014 Dual-purpose film gives extra edge to energy storage Rice University scientist James Tour has turned molybdenum disulfide’s two-dimensional form into a nanoporous film that can catalyze the production of hydrogen or be used for energy storage. Read more Could magnesium battery innovation end lithium's dominance? November 03, 2014 Could magnesium battery innovation end lithium's dominance? Researchers from Tainan-based National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) research team has developed next-generation magnesium batteries that could replace lithium batteries. Read more 3D prints world's best inverter October 30, 2014 3D prints world's best inverter Three-dimensional printers were once a toy, then a curiosity, and now they've become a serious prototyping tool. Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL) in Knoxville, Tenn., firmly believes that 3D printers will eventually become assembly-line manufacturing tools, and it's building a portfolio of intellectual ... Read more Johnson Matthey snaps up Clariant energy storage business October 29, 2014 Johnson Matthey snaps up Clariant energy storage business Clariant is divesting the company's Energy Storage business to Johnson Matthey Plc for $75 million. Read more Swiss startup targets 30 percent energy waste reduction October 28, 2014 Swiss startup targets 30 percent energy waste reduction Swiss startup Alevo Group, has unveiled plans to deliver what the company claims will be massive efficiencies to power generation globally through innovations in battery technology and data analytics. Read more Heliatek installs largest BIOPV in Germany October 28, 2014 Heliatek installs largest BIOPV in Germany Heliatek claims to have installed the largest Building Integrated OPV (BIOPV) of its kind.  The HeliaFilms were installed in Heliatek's Dresden headquarters in Germany. They were laminated into glass by AGC Glass Europe. Read more Piezoelectric material cuts cost of micro-energy harvesting October 27, 2014 Piezoelectric material cuts cost of micro-energy harvesting Fraunhofer researchers have developed a micro-energy harvesting process for the economical production of piezoelectric materials and will unveil a preliminary demonstration model at this year’s electronica trade show from November 11 to 14 in Munich, Gerrmany (Hall A4, Booth 113). Read more Discovery pinpoints toxic halogen threat in Li-ion batteries October 27, 2014 Discovery pinpoints toxic halogen threat in Li-ion batteries Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University have discovered that most of the electrolytes used in lithium-ion batteries are superhalogens, and the majority of these electrolytes contain toxic halogens. Read more LCD technology delivers energy efficient 3D display solution October 27, 2014 LCD technology delivers energy efficient 3D display solution Researchers from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China have developed ultra-thin LCD screen which twists light in different directions to make the image appear three-dimensional and hold the image without a power source. Read more Pan European collaboration produces large area flexible OPVs October 24, 2014 Pan European collaboration produces large area flexible OPVs A pan European collaborative research and development project has produced flexible organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells that are more than 6 m long and 50 cm wide. Read more
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