Archive Monthly Archives: March 2013

Limbo self powered robot utilizes bacteria as a power source

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Casabella has come up with a cleaning robot concept called the “Limbo” that makes use of Microbial Electrolysis, a process that utilizes bacteria

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Bloom phytoplankton farm filters salty water into fresh water and soaks up carbon dioxide

With limiting space on earth due to fast growing population, scientist and researchers are exploring new possibilities where we can live and work to sustain our lives. Addressing the

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EWICON prototype wind energy generator has no spinning blades

One of the major problems with conventional wind turbines is that their fast moving blades are prone to damage during high winds and they produce noise, which people living in the vicinity

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World’s lightest material to help clean oil spills

While there is no dearth of materials that can claim to be among the world’s heaviest, the world’s lightest title was being held by aerogel for more than eighty years. The material,

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Purdue Solar Racing unveils solar-powered Navitas for 2013 Shell Eco-Marathon

With the start of the 2013 Shell Eco-Marathon just a couple of weeks away, Purdue Solar Racing team has unveiled its next-gen solar-powered vehicle – Navitas, which will be competing

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Bio-batteries to become a reality with energy generating bacteria

Scientists over the world have for long tinkered with the idea of generating clean electricity with the help of bacteria, which the world knows can transfer electricity into metals

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Researchers develop low-cost catalyst to produce hydrogen from water

While producing hydrogen by simply using solar energy and water seem to be the holy grail of clean energy, actually the process isn’t as simple as the one you might have tried out

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Recyclable solar cells made using natural substances from plants and trees

Solar cells may let you harness sustainable energy, but they also create electronic waste once their life cycle is over. Addressing the issue, researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology

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