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Romney Scientific interview at IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage US

Romney Scientific interview at IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage US

Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 26, 2015
Energy harvesting tiles for French National Railway Company

Energy harvesting tiles for French National Railway Company

Pavegen have been commissioned by France's national railway company, SNCF (French National Railway Company), to install 6 kinetic energy tiles in the middle of a corridor in SNCF's Innovation & Research office in Paris.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 26, 2015
Energy harvesting proliferates in land vehicles

Energy harvesting proliferates in land vehicles

It started with the bicycle dynamo and now no self-respecting vehicle designer ignores the possibility of many forms of energy harvesting in his design of a land vehicle.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 25, 2015
Fever alarm armband wearable temperature sensor

Fever alarm armband wearable temperature sensor

Researchers have developed a "fever alarm armband," a flexible, self-powered wearable device that sounds an alarm in case of high body temperature.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 24, 2015
A more efficient bio-battery

A more efficient bio-battery

Scientists are working across disciplines to develop a new generation of solar cells. Their inspiration? Mother nature.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 24, 2015
Researchers develop a cost-effective and efficient rival for platinum

Researchers develop a cost-effective and efficient rival for platinum

A challenge that comes with the increased use of renewable energy is how to store electric energy.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 20, 2015
Improving energy efficiency one atom at a time

Improving energy efficiency one atom at a time

Molecular beam epitaxy is a cutting-edge technique that allows for the design and creation of completely new materials that don't exist in nature.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 18, 2015
Australian rugby team to develop sensors for jerseys

Australian rugby team to develop sensors for jerseys

Scientists are working to develop polymer or plastic-based thermoelectric materials that can be applied as coatings to fabrics.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 17, 2015
Solar power from energy-harvesting trees

Solar power from energy-harvesting trees

Scientists have developed a prototype of a tree that harvests solar energy from its surroundings - whether indoors or outdoors - stores it and turns it into electricity to power small devices such as mobile phones, humidifiers, thermometers and LED light bulbs.
External Company Press Release
Energy Harvesting Network - special interest group meeting

Energy Harvesting Network - special interest group meeting

The Energy Harvesting Network is holding its annual one-day dissemination event in partnership with the Innovate UK's Energy Harvesting Special Interest Group on 19th March 2015 in London.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 9, 2015
New technique could produce the ideal light-absorbing material

New technique could produce the ideal light-absorbing material

The electronic band gap is a fundamental material parameter required for controlling light harvesting, conversion, and transport technologies.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 5, 2015
Energy harvesting in automotive applications: interest is still high

Energy harvesting in automotive applications: interest is still high

TRW Automotive has been developing advanced active systems in braking, steering and suspension as well as sophisticated occupant but also pedestrian safety systems, with a significant interest in the incorporation of technologies such as energy harvesting in its product offerings.
External Company Press Release
Battery-free RFID voltage level monitoring tag

Battery-free RFID voltage level monitoring tag

Farsens unveils the VMETER, a battery-free RFID voltage level monitoring tag.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 3, 2015
Stomach acid powered micromotors

Stomach acid powered micromotors

Researchers have shown that a micromotor fueled by stomach acid can take a bubble-powered ride inside a mouse.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 26, 2015
Energy harvesting tiles for French National Railway Company

Energy harvesting tiles for French National Railway Company

Pavegen have been commissioned by France's national railway company, SNCF (French National Railway Company), to install 6 kinetic energy tiles in the middle of a corridor in SNCF's Innovation & Research office in Paris.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 25, 2015
Fever alarm armband wearable temperature sensor

Fever alarm armband wearable temperature sensor

Researchers have developed a "fever alarm armband," a flexible, self-powered wearable device that sounds an alarm in case of high body temperature.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 24, 2015
Researchers develop a cost-effective and efficient rival for platinum

Researchers develop a cost-effective and efficient rival for platinum

A challenge that comes with the increased use of renewable energy is how to store electric energy.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 18, 2015
Australian rugby team to develop sensors for jerseys

Australian rugby team to develop sensors for jerseys

Scientists are working to develop polymer or plastic-based thermoelectric materials that can be applied as coatings to fabrics.
External Company Press Release
Energy Harvesting Network - special interest group meeting

Energy Harvesting Network - special interest group meeting

The Energy Harvesting Network is holding its annual one-day dissemination event in partnership with the Innovate UK's Energy Harvesting Special Interest Group on 19th March 2015 in London.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 5, 2015
Energy harvesting in automotive applications: interest is still high

Energy harvesting in automotive applications: interest is still high

TRW Automotive has been developing advanced active systems in braking, steering and suspension as well as sophisticated occupant but also pedestrian safety systems, with a significant interest in the incorporation of technologies such as energy harvesting in its product offerings.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Feb 3, 2015
Stomach acid powered micromotors

Stomach acid powered micromotors

Researchers have shown that a micromotor fueled by stomach acid can take a bubble-powered ride inside a mouse.
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