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2013-08-20 Flow battery design possible boost for solar, wind energy
MIT researchers have engineered a new rechargeable flow battery that doesn't rely on expensive membranes to generate and store electricity and could possibly lead to cheaper, large-scale energy storage.
2005-12-22 Hoku Scientific, Sanyo ink fuel cell testing pact
Hoku Scientific, a developer of membrane electrode assemblies and non-fluorinated membranes, has entered into a testing agreement with Sanyo Electric.
2002-10-09 EELY-ECW membrane switches withstand 250V
Shanghai EELY-ECW Co. Ltd's membranes switches exhibit 100 megohms insulation resistance and offer a dielectric withstand of 250V.
2003-01-02 Anhui expands power capacitor material line
Anhui Tongfeng Electronics Group Co. Ltd has completed the expansion of its production line for multifunction capacitor membranes.
2011-09-06 What happened to fuel cells?
Three years ago, fuel cells were believed to be the technology that would stop U.S. dependence on foreign oil.
2014-09-17 What does flexoelectricity hold for energy harvesting?
Seen to be rather ambiguous, flexoelectricity enables a dielectric to become electrically polarized when bent and be bent when electrically polarizedmuch like the piezoelectric effect, but different.
2012-11-20 Tooth tattoo sensor able to measure bacteria levels in mouth
A team of nanoscientists and bioengineers have developed an oral sensor which can measure the bacteria levels in the mouth, which could one day help dentists fine-tune their treatments for patients.
2011-07-01 Taiwan revs up EV R&D efforts
Suppliers are broadening their R&D initiatives for EV components and materials as the market shows sign of strong growth.
2012-12-19 Study: Supercapacitors need to be just as stretchable
Rechargeable and stretchable supercapacitors are vital to complement advances currently being made in flexible electronics.
2012-10-05 ST pushes for wireless MEMS
A system-in-package approach to MEMS ll yield wireless MEMS components by the end of 2013 and could see integration of gas sensors in environmental MEMS in 2014.
2003-08-15 Sensant obtains phase II grant from NSF
Sensant has been awarded a National Science Foundation follow-on Small Business Innovation Research grant for its work in advancing silicon microtechnology.
2007-01-22 Sanyo, Hoku ink polysilicon deal
Hoku Materials, a division of Hoku Scientific Inc., has signed a polysilicon supply agreement with Japanese solar cell maker Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd.
2011-04-08 Researchers: Fuel cells on-a-chip may replace small batteries
Harvard researchers have fabricated tiny solid-oxide fuel cells on chips measuring 5mm wide, with a power density of 155mW per sq cm.
2005-08-30 Researchers float dry fuel cells for mobile apps
Touted as a future solution to automobile pollution, fuel cell technology may in the interim solve the portable-power problem that is pivotal to miniaturizing electronic systems.
2013-09-19 Research interfaces solid-state with biological systems
A team of researchers from Columbia University won a $1 million 3-year grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation to advance their research in combining biological components with solid-state electronics.
2010-12-01 Pressure sensor promises better accuracy
STMicroelectronics offers tiny silicon pressure sensor that can pinpoint height variation to better than one meter
2007-06-26 PolyFuel defines role in mobile lifestyle quest
There is no denying the allure of fuel cells. The "run time gap" in portable consumer electronics is what making fuel cells extremely attractive. However, it may take two to three years before we see the technology in reality.
2007-10-18 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 1)
Benedetto Vigna notes that we are living today in the commercial era of MEMS Consumerization where microphones, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors. He believes this trend will continue for the next five years.
2007-11-07 Optical signals control mechanical structures
While micro- and nanoscale mechanical structures have long been used to sculpt and channel optical signals, from waveguides to resonators, the roles have lately been reversed.
2008-07-16 Nanoelectrodes could cut hydrogen fuel cost
QuantumSphere Inc. claims that its nanoparticle-coated electrodes can make hydrogen an economical alternative to natural gas and gasoline.
2005-08-16 Molecular gates spin photons from chemicals
A Northern Ireland and Japan team develops a tiny molecular transistor that emits photons when supplied with the right chemicals.
2008-05-19 MIT researchers report fuel cell advance
MIT researchers claim they have improved the power output of one type of fuel cell by more than 50 percent to suit portable electronics' power requirements.
2003-05-29 Milestone achieved in direct methanol fuel cell R&D
Toray Ind. Inc. has achieved a breakthrough in fuel cell R&D that is expected to create practical apps for DMFCs in the future.
2013-07-12 MEMS sensors sensitivity amplified by graphene
Graphene can increase the sensitivity of MEMS sensors by up to 100 times, according to researchers at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
2013-08-13 MEMS sensors aim for the human body
Tel Aviv University researchers created a novel micro-printing process that works a highly flexible and non-toxic organic polymer that can be safely used in the human body and expend less energy.
2008-07-15 MEMS microhotplates remain stable under extreme conditions
MEMS microhotplates consist of a micromachined silicon die attached to a gold-plated TO-18 package, which ensures reliable and stable continuous operation in harsh and hostile environment applications.
2007-03-16 MEMS growth hinges on CE design-ins
A hard-fought battle for MEMS business looms on the horizon as IDMs bang heads with specialized automotive MEMS makers. Meanwhile, fabless MEMS startups are entering the picture with devices for consumer products.
2007-04-04 MEMS device controls distance between human cells
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced that they have developed a MEMS that they claim will allow biologists to manipulate the distance between human cells in laboratory experiments.
2015-05-25 Making graphene cost-effective and scalable
MIT and University of Michigan researchers described an innovative roll-to-roll manufacturing process that makes production of graphene and other 2D materials practical.
2013-01-29 Low voltage scanning electron microscopy films
Here are examples where Agilent 8500 FE-SEM provides high resolution images of sensitive organic and biological samples.
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