Damless hydropower plants with the semi-submerged hydro turbines: Electrical generator

Electrical generator is very important components of hydropower equipment. Its cost in a sufficient measure determines the entire cost of a power system. In a better case, such generators are manufactured using well known integrated technologies that     more...

History of Fundamental and Applied Sciences Achievements in Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Semiconductors – Discovery of America by Queltanews

Over the past four decades ORNL researchers provided key information and technologies that sparked the growth and improved the economics of the semiconductor industry.     more...

Applied Science at Georgia Tech: 100G Optical Networking Consortium

Ten companies have joined forces with the Georgia Institute of Technology to establish the Georgia Tech 100G Optical Networking Consortium, which is the first academic-industrial consortium in the world     more...

Applied Science at Georgia Tech: Researchers Discover Nanoscale Paradox - Graphene versus Copper

The unique properties of thin layers of graphite (grapheme) make the material attractive for replacing copper for interconnects in future generations of integrated circuits     more...

Efficient way to fuse cells together

The team of MIT engineers have developed an efficient way to pair up cells so they can be fused together into a hybrid cell.     more...

Transistors out of organic microwires

A clever but simple new way of making transistors out of high-performance organic microwires presents a potential path for products such as smart merchandise tags, light and cheap solar panels, and flexible "digital paper.     more...

New class of unconventional materials

Physicists of MIT have discovered patchwork quilt-like variations at the atomic scale in several high-temperature superconductors. These finding could help scientists understand a new class of unconventional materials.     more...

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"Solar tracking systems power the Merck & Co"

One of the largest ground-mounted solar tracking systems built in a corporate setting is now helping to power the world headquarters of Merck & Co. Inc.
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