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A smoother route to smart sensors: Growing high-quality films of hybrid perovskite materials takes solution-processed phototransistors to new levels of performance.   #جامعة_الملك_عبدالله تطور غشاء رقيق بجودة عالية يستجيب للضوء يمكن أن تستفيد منه أجهزة التصوير في الضوء المنخفض والأجهزة البصرية الالكترونية

A smoother route to smart sensors: Growing high-quality films of hybrid perovskite materials takes solution-processed phototransistors to new levels of performance. #جامعة_الملك_عبدالله تطور غشاء رقيق بجودة عالية يستجيب للضوء يمكن أن تستفيد منه أجهزة التصوير في الضوء المنخفض والأجهزة البصرية الالكترونية

Clean revolution | Science Researchers at the Danish Technical University's PowerLab closely track electricity flows on Bornholm, a Danish island in the Baltic Sea that has become a laboratory for renewable energy

Clean revolution | Science Researchers at the Danish Technical University's PowerLab closely track electricity flows on Bornholm, a Danish island in the Baltic Sea that has become a laboratory for renewable energy

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California at Berkeley In 1979 Bajcsy helped create robots that could sense and respond to their environment. She now heads an innovative institute where researchers develop smart low-power sensors that both compute and communicate. Bajcsy believes the sensors will be "the next revolution in technology." They can monitor energy consumption in buildings, watch for forest fires, or keep tabs on people by, for example…

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California at Berkeley In 1979 Bajcsy helped create robots that could sense and respond to their environment. She now heads an innovative institute where researchers develop smart low-power sensors that both compute and communicate. Bajcsy believes the sensors will be "the next revolution in technology." They can monitor energy consumption in buildings, watch for forest fires, or keep tabs on people by, for example…

The big solar panels we see on so many homes and businesses may provide some measure of energy benefit to the people inside, but they are not nearly as efficient as you might think: their typical efficiency factor is about 10 to 15 percent. Researchers at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana have been [...]

The big solar panels we see on so many homes and businesses may provide some measure of energy benefit to the people inside, but they are not nearly as efficient as you might think: their typical efficiency factor is about 10 to 15 percent. Researchers at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana have been [...]

Solar Panels San Antonio Allows You to Be a Part of a Planet Savvy Environment

Solar Panels San Antonio Allows You to Be a Part of a Planet Savvy Environment

Israeli hi-tech super algae can power a green energy revolution. // The goal is to domesticate wild species of micro-algae, just as man domesticated wild wheat for his needs. //

Israeli hi-tech super algae can power a green energy revolution. // The goal is to domesticate wild species of micro-algae, just as man domesticated wild wheat for his needs. //

Researchers have developed a new manufacturing method which could bring down the cost of making a type of solar cell.  A team at Liverpool University has found a way of replacing the toxic element in the process with a material found in bath salts.  The scientists say that this could have a "massive, unexpected cost benefit".  The research has been published in the Journal Nature and unveiled at the ESOF conference in Copenhagen.

Researchers have developed a new manufacturing method which could bring down the cost of making a type of solar cell. A team at Liverpool University has found a way of replacing the toxic element in the process with a material found in bath salts. The scientists say that this could have a "massive, unexpected cost benefit". The research has been published in the Journal Nature and unveiled at the ESOF conference in Copenhagen.

Global warming. Melting polar ice caps. Dumping of toxic waste in clean habitats. Deforestation. It’s true. After the industrial revolution, despite all the science and research — we really haven’t been able to crack the code for sustainability.    Solar energy is too feeble to support our needs. Oil and gas companies have vested interested in sustaining themselves till fossil fuel runs out. Selling products by labeling them green or eco has become a standard marketing ploy.

Global warming. Melting polar ice caps. Dumping of toxic waste in clean habitats. Deforestation. It’s true. After the industrial revolution, despite all the science and research — we really haven’t been able to crack the code for sustainability. Solar energy is too feeble to support our needs. Oil and gas companies have vested interested in sustaining themselves till fossil fuel runs out. Selling products by labeling them green or eco has become a standard marketing ploy.

http://www.geek.com/science/researchers-harness-the-fire-of-70000-suns-using-stacked-solar-cells-1569934/

http://www.geek.com/science/researchers-harness-the-fire-of-70000-suns-using-stacked-solar-cells-1569934/

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