First Controlled Vertical Manipulation of a Single H Atom with AFM Tip -Nanotechnology

    Editors Comment:  Oh how the innovations flow from the labs of the super funded researchers.  Without them a lot of important innovation would not come about.  What about the start up struggling researchers whose only barrier to competition against such giants is...
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    GAC Motor’s First All-electric SUV GE3 Now On Sale

      This is worth a look especially the price and range. With all the publicity Tesla receives, often other great cars slip under the radar. From $23,000 and a 30 minute charge it is impressive. The smart all-electric GE3 is available within the price range...
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    Review: One of my top three battery technology picks

    I revisited many of the battery technologies we covered in the last twelve months. I am revisiting this story as this is in my top 3 and worth while looking at again. Mike Zimmerman likes to shock his guests by using a hammer to drive a nail through a solid polymer...
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    Solar Philippines offers to replace coal power plants with solar farms

    Three things are are going to fuel the solar energy revolution. 1. The commercial reality solar is now a cheaper way to generate electricity than fossil fuel. 2. Government legislation: for example South Florida is looking at mandating that all new homes have solar....
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    Battery breakthrough using 2016 Nobel Prize molecule

    Silicon anodes are receiving a great deal of attention from the battery community. They can deliver 3~5-times higher capacities compared with those using current graphite anodes in lithium ion batteries. A higher capacity means longer battery use per charge, which is...
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    Smart toys without the batteries

    The greatest challenge in entertaining young children is keeping their toys powered up. Now, one group reports in the journal ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering that they are one step closer to battery-free interactive games. Researchers must have a way to...
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    New Hydrocarbon Fuel Cells With High Efficiency and Low Cost

    Editors Note:  Fuel cells have a great future also.  So let's give them a round of applause.  Agcat   The commercialization of the 'natural gas fuel cell' has finally come to the fore, thanks to the recent development of electrode materials that maintain...
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    Quantum Simulator With 51 Qbits is Largest Ever

    Editors Note:  It was said t could not be done...ask the Wright Brothers...ooops they are gone but look at what they started.  Agcat   A team in the US has created a simulator with 51 quantum bits – the largest of its kind so far. Mikhail Lukin at Harvard...
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    KPP Rosch Innovations: The saga of free energy on trial ends for now.

    We have been covering the court case and the Rosch innovations Free Energy Claims for years. This is in the form of a buoyancy machine. I have an interest as I have been threatened along with many others who write on sites (like overunity.com etc)  about having us...
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    World’s Brightest Laser Could Pave Way for Lower-Radiation X-Rays

    Editors Note:  There is much research done in the area of light.  This light use has side affects that are seen to be beneficial.  There is yet more that will come about light and it's use in many fields of research and development.  Agcat   The world's brightest...
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    Making lab equipment on the cheap

    Laboratory equipment is one of the largest cost factors in research. However, many experiments can be performed with good results using self-assembled setups involving 3-D printed components and self-programmed electronics. Many of our readers are inventors often with...
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    Lawbreaking Particles May Point to a Previously Unknown Force in the Universe

    Editors Note:  Particle Physics and nanotechnology and what will come next.  What will come next will be mind boggling.  Agcat   For decades physicists have sought signs of misbehaving particles—evidence of subtle cracks in the “Standard Model” of particle...
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    Solar: Rooftop concentrating photovoltaic wins over silicon in outdoor testing

    A concentrating photovoltaic system with embedded microtracking can produce over 50 percent more energy per day than standard silicon solar cells in a head-to-head competition, according to a team of engineers who field tested a prototype unit over two sunny days last...
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    Team develops fast, cheap method to make supercapacitor electrodes

    UW team develops fast, cheap method to make supercapacitor electrodes for electric cars, high-powered lasers Cost and speed Supercapacitors are an aptly named type of device that can store and deliver energy faster than conventional batteries. They are in high demand...
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    Using the Right Testing Equipment Robert Murray Smith

    The number one failure I have found for energy inventions and claims is how they have measured the performance of their claim. This has been been a very big criticism of Robert Murray Smith for man years from many critics. We all know he is a rather clever man with a...
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    Smart toys without the batteries

    The greatest challenge in entertaining young children is keeping their toys powered up. Now, one group reports in the journal ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering that they are one step closer to battery-free interactive games. Researchers must have a way to...

    read more

    Quantum Simulator With 51 Qbits is Largest Ever

    Editors Note:  It was said t could not be done...ask the Wright Brothers...ooops they are gone but look at what they started.  Agcat   A team in the US has created a simulator with 51 quantum bits – the largest of its kind so far. Mikhail Lukin at Harvard...

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