Brazilian Research to Develop Cheap Pesticide Biosensors

July 29, 2013 0 Comments 2 tags

When we think of biosensor contamination detection, we usually imagine expensive and sophisticated tech tools and laboratories. But a recently made research paper may provide a turnaround for this concept,

Solar Boat Breaks Records, Starts Scientific Expedition

July 27, 2013 0 Comments 1 tag

Experimental solar vehicles often give us insight on the possibilities of concepts and technologies that are “instilled” in them. Solar Impulse for example, let’s us remember that even our current

New Swiss Bus System Charges Batteries in Seconds

July 24, 2013 0 Comments 2 tags

Fast charging for EV’s mean a lot for people. In fact, the issue of battery charging time may perhaps be one of the key reasons why adoption of EV’s are

Research Suggest Cattail as Insulating Material

July 18, 2013 0 Comments 1 tag

The cattail, or the Typha, is a plant that is has been long known to human civilization for thousands of years. The plant has served several uses throughout the ages,

The Disappearing Package Project

July 3, 2013 0 Comments 2 tags

A box of soap that dissolves in the shower? A pod of detergent you can toss in the washing machine? While big brand names are trying to make their product packaging

The New Electric Vehicle Race

July 2, 2013 0 Comments 2 tags

Back in 2009, auto blog Gas 2.0 published a fun little rivalry between former mayors of San Francisco and Portland who each declared that their city would be the EV