Entries for September 2015

Mealworms Take a Bite out of Plastic Pollution
Microorganisms in the worms’ guts biodegrade polystyrene into CO2 and soil.
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Creating Useful Energy from Waste Gases
New gas turbine and oxidation technology reduces emissions from waste gas flaring.
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Parallel Robotics to Advance Virtual Reality
Vehicle simulators could be more realistic than ever with dynamic cable-propelled motion.
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RePhone – An Open Source and Modular Phone
Seeed Studio hope's to change how people communicate with their new Kickstarter campaign.
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Solar Cell Coating to Increase Efficiency from 20 to 21 Percent
Stanford engineers invent transparent coating to divert the suns heat.
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Alien Life? NASA Finds Water on Mars
Spectrometer images detect signatures of dissolved, hydrated minerals.
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The Giant Magellan Telescope - A Moonshot Project
The GMT to be the first extremely large scale telescope, ready for operation in 2024.
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New Oil Pump for Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Electric pump will maintain oil pressure when internal combustion engine is off.
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Inject Color Patterns into Plastics without Diminishing Physical Properties
Customizable coloring options offer variable yet consistent designs for plastic parts.
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VAXXWAGON - Transport Vaccines Without Electricity or Ice
Google Science Fair Lego Education Builder Award goes to vaccine transportation device.
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Indian Teen Develops Bio-Adsorbent to Clean Waste Water
Corn cobs used to filter industrial and domestic waste water.
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Volvo Looking to Automate Garbage Day
Truck drivers could leave heavy lifting to the robots.
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Battery Capable of Operating at -80 Degrees Celsius
High energy density, rechargeable battery pack is in development for use in cold climates.
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A Modular Replacement for Crane and Gantry Systems
New lift system offers improved safety and operability compared to traditional heavy rigging.
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Artificial Spider Silk Enters Mass Production for the First Time
Silk spun from yeast-brewed proteins will be used in new clothing line.
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New Process Removes Excess Nitrogen from Livestock Waste
Process creates fertilizer product that helps fight toxic algal blooms and nutrient pollution.
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Invisibility Cloak Functional at the Nanoscale
“Skin cloak” uses gold nanoantennas to bend light.
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Survival Capsule, a Doomsday Pod for Surviving Disasters
Julian Sharpe and his Survival Capsule team are developing and testing their personal survival pods.
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Free Access to Patents for HFC-32 Refrigerant Equipment
Is HFC-32 as sustainable as a cooling equipment manufacturer claims?
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Ecocapsule - Off the Grid Portable Living Quarters
Nice Architects have developed a single person living capsule that generates its own energy and fits...
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