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BioSolar partners UCSB to develop a low-cost supercapacitor September 11, 2014 BioSolar partners UCSB to develop a low-cost supercapacitor BioSolar, Inc. has teamed up with the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB) to develop BioSuperCap, a low cost polymer-based supercapacitor technology for reducing the cost of storing solar energy. Read more Start-Stop batteries achieve four times longer cycle life September 11, 2014 Start-Stop batteries achieve four times longer cycle life Exide Technologies' AGM Start-Stop battery claims to achieve four times longer cycle life which is 20% more power and more than three times the charge acceptance of a standard conventional battery. Read more Optical circuit advance paves way for low-energy nano-device September 11, 2014  Optical circuit advance paves way for low-energy nano-device Scientists at EPFL have developed a first building-block for photonic 'transistors' that they claim requires record-low energy to operate and marks a major advance in the development and implementation of optical circuits. Read more Are printable solar panels a step closer? September 10, 2014 Are printable solar panels a step closer? Scientists at Australia's CSIRO and Melbourne universities claim to be a step closer to making available a cheaper and faster way to print solar cells onto plastic. Read more Doped graphene nanoribbons promise energy efficiency gains September 10, 2014 Researchers from Empa and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research have developed a method to selectively dope graphene molecules with nitrogen atoms which is the first step towards a graphene transistor. Read more JEDEC reveals JESD229-2 Wide I/O 2 mobile DRAM standard September 09, 2014 JEDEC reveals JESD229-2 Wide I/O 2 mobile DRAM standard JEDEC Solid State Technology Association has published the JESD229-2 Wide I/O 2 mobile DRAM standard which offers a speed increase compared with Wide I/O, while retaining Wide I/O’s vertically stacked through silicon via (TSV) architecture and optimized packaging. Read more Defining the EEBus for an efficient European smartgrid September 08, 2014 Defining the EEBus for an efficient European smartgrid As the German-lead EEBus smart home connectivity initiative is gathering momentum, more players are signing up to gain early access to the Energy Efficiency Bus (EEBus) specifications or to have a say in the standard's definition. Read more Analysis innovation simplifies measurement of organic photovoltaic characteristics September 05, 2014 Analysis innovation simplifies measurement of organic photovoltaic characteristics Scientists from NIST's Physical Measurement Laboratory have developed a method that can predict the current density-voltage curve of a photovoltaic device. Read more 'Lithium plating' during charging observed for the first time September 04, 2014 'Lithium plating' during charging observed for the first time Scientists at the Technische Universität München (TUM) are claiming to have resolved the so-called lithium plating mystery by peering into the inner workings of a battery without destroying it. Read more Carbon nanotube solar cell advance boosts efficiency performance September 03, 2014 Carbon nanotube solar cell advance boosts efficiency performance Researchers at the McCormick School of Engineering have created a new type of carbon nanotubes solar cell that claims to be twice as efficient as its predecessors. Read more
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