Entries for October 2015

Turning Waste to Energy in Washington DC
Thermal hydrolysis makes the wastewater treatment process more efficient. DC’s water treatment plant...
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Innovative Approach to Geothermal Heating and Cooling
This school installed a ground source heat pump and eliminated the most expensive parts: drilling an...
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Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles
What are the implications of electronics and AI taking over responsible agency control?
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Bioluminescent Lamp: Oddity, Novelty, Engineering Challenge
A biolamp design makes a good STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) project.
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Image Sensor Features Iris Recognition Technology
Higher sensitivity at IR enables advanced security for mobile devices.
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High Heat-Resistant Semiconductor Encapsulation Material for Power Devices
Developed encapsulation material shows high stability up to 210°C.
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Industry's Lowest Iq Battery Charging Solution for Wearables and IoT
700-nA quiescent current allows long-term, always-on functionality to help get more life out of your...
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New Clock Generators Offer Ultra-Low Jitter
100 femtosecond jitter performance optimizes system timing and bit error rate.
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Freevolt Grabs Energy from the Air
The Low-Energy Internet of Things may soon be powered by stray radio signals.
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