Tag: MIT

Don’t Ignore Plug-in Hybrid Trucks: MIT

Researchers at MIT have some advice for electric vehicle advocates — don’t ignore plug-in hybrid powertrains just because battery

Wi-Fi To Power Your Smartphones In Near Future

Right now, electromagnetic signals are probably bouncing around the room between your phone, laptop, and other internet-connected devices. For researchers looking

Germ Power: The Electricity-Producing Bacteria

Deep in mines, at the bottom of lakes, and even in your own gut, bacteria’s are hard at work

MIT’s “Sun In A Box”

Much of the world’s electricity is generated in real time — power plants fuel our homes when we need

An Airplane With No Moving Parts Takes Flight

An airplane with no moving parts has flown a distance of 60 meters. Is that a big deal? Yes

Is MIT’s End Of The World Prediction Coming True?

While many in history have made apocalyptic predictions that have so far failed to materialize but a computer program

Thermal Resonator – Creating Electricity From Thin Air

Researchers at MIT have come up with a device they call a thermal resonator that harvests energy from changes

New Energy Storage Tech Threatens Lithium-Ion Dominance

When it comes to energy storage technology, it’s hard to beat lithium-ion. However, the rise of wind and solar

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