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    Solexant is a well funded start-up developing third generation thin film PV technologies which dramatically increase solar cell efficiency and reduce manufacturing costs, therefore enabling the...
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    The Nano Technology has emerged as a core technology to create totally different properties by controlling and changing atoms and molecules, which will lead the 21c New Industrial Revolution. The Nano...
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    Nextreme Thermal Solutions manufactures advanced thermoelectric components to address the escalating thermal management needs of the semiconductor, photonics, test-and-measurement and...
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    Electricity itself was still a novelty when Cornell University introduced the nation's (and the world's) first course of study in electrical engineering in 1883. Now, the reach of electrical and...
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    From hybrid composites to microstructures that are visible only through powerful microscopes, the inventive minds at 3M work with a remarkable palette of advanced materials, creating...
  • Article - 22 Mar 2007
    Concerns with climate change have lead many to look to nanotechnology as a science with the potential to deliver new, sustainable and environmentally friendly methods of providing energy solutions.
  • Article - 9 Mar 2005
    Energy conversion efficiency rates of solar cells could be improved by the application of nanomaterials and nanotechnologies. On top of looking at materials systems and techniques for improving solar...
  • Article - 2 Aug 2005
    Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in fuel cells and energy storage/generation systems. How nanomaterials are used in fuel cells (PEFC, PEMFC and DMFC), hydrogen storage,...
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    This video is an electronic presentation of the research paper "Nanotechnology for Alternative Energy Sources in the Developing World" originally presented in April 2008
  • News - 20 Oct 2012
    Martin Joly of the Solar Energy and Building Physics Laboratory successfully defended his PhD thesis on black selective coating for durable thermal solar absorbers and orange coloured interferential...