Scientists report a small but significant step when the amount of energy produced by fusing ions exceeded what was naturally stored inside the fuel.
The biogas created is burned on site for electricity and heat.
From plants that glow to allligator-cams to windmills that fit on a penny, this week's round of tasty tech will get your mouth watering for more.
Researchers have developed a device that can withstand the kind of electromagnetic blast designed to darken the world.
A newly funded U.S. project will use tethered kites underwater to tap ocean currents and tidal flows. Continue reading →
Carbon and silicon go together to make a supercharging capacitor that could power your next-gen smartphone. Continue reading →
The 2013 Solar Decathlon showed how beautiful and affordable solar power can be for the home. Continue reading →
The alloy could be used to convert waste heat from computers and cell phones into energy that recharges the batteries. Continue reading →
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