Scientists have created the smallest electric motor by getting two atoms at very low temperatures and than placing them in a alternating magnetic field.
Presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, the new ED concept from Brabus, is a classy electric car, suggestively named Smart Fortwo, features a sound generator that can make it sound like a space ship
Scientists at the National Science Foundation claim that have founded a way to produce biofuel from grass and other organic waste. It means that our vehicles could be powered by grass. “So we have a billions tons of year of this stuff and it just, it sits around and it rots and it goes up [...]
According to the researchers from Purdue University, the No. 2 fuel oil and a blend of degummed soybean oil can be used as an alternative heating fuel, reducing the sulfur emissions.
Dahon has announced a new piece of equipment, the BioLogic FreeCharge , that attaches to your bike’s dynamo, granting you the opportunity to charge your electronic device through the USB port just by pedaling.
Although initially more expensive, the advantage of rechargeable batteries has always been that they cut down on buying more batteries and they cut down on depleted batteries clogging our landfills.
Scientists from the Cornell University have created the basic element of a solar cell made from carbon nanotubes, that proves to be more much more efficient at transforming the energy from the sun into electricity.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison could soon develop a new technology that will produce hydrogen from solar power and produces water instead of carbon emissions. Materials science and engineering assistant professor Dane Morgan and Ph.D. student Edward (Ted) Holby are working to bring solar powered cars that will produces water instead of carbon emissions.
Eternaleds, Inc., which specialized in LED technology has developed a new set of LED light bulbs, the first of their kind to use a cooling technology which makes them 40 percent cheaper and that can be paid back in less than 2 years.
Envion, a company from Washington D.C., uses a new technique, in which the plastic waste is heated using electricity and not at an open fire, to a very precise and careful temperature sequence, using infrared energy.