Proposal for Space Solar Power Finally Gets Official

August 16, 2013 0 Comments 2 tags

Collecting solar power from outer space for delivery and distribution down to Earth is a topic that was already previously discussed many times. This time however, more than just speculation

World’s Largest Solar Thermal Plant Nearing Completion in the Mojave Desert

August 15, 2013 0 Comments 4 tags

The Mojave Desert is home to lizards, rare desert tortoises, and yucca trees among others. Thanks to its elevation and climate, this desert region receives a reliable supply of sunlight

French Group to Introduce Screen Charging Solar Phones

August 7, 2013 0 Comments 2 tags

How often do you feel bummed after realizing that your phone battery’s already low when you least expected it? Well, we might not have to worry about that in the

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,

Sustainable Bamboo Toothbrushes

July 29, 2013 0 Comments 3 tags

With a worldwide global concern gaining momentum, it is no wonder that private companies are looking at ways to improve their the sourcing of their materials for their products. Choosing

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

Peru Harnesses Solar Power to Supply Electricity to its Poorest Residents

July 26, 2013 0 Comments 1 tag

Peru has started a nationwide solar panel program that aims to supply electricity to 95% of its residents by 2016, Huffpost Green reports. Peru’s program will target more than 2 million of

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

Drop-in Biofuels: The Good, the Bad, and the Missed Opportunity

July 22, 2013 0 Comments 1 tag

A lot of effort and investment are going right now into making drop-in biofuels the next star of environmentally friendly fuels. Very similar to petroleum in structure, these next-generation biofuels

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,