Diamonds come into play to create ultra-thin electrical wires.
Graphene is already an amazing material as it is. However, newer studies at the end of the year have revealed that graphene has once again gone and is not yet done surprising us.
Scientists have devised a way to provide air conditioning by beaming heat from the Earth’s surface into outer space.
The government of Myanmar is planning to provide electricity to thousands of villages through off-grid solar energy.
A city in Denmark will become the first in the world to tap energy from household sewage to provide fresh drinking water to its residents.
Man may finally bear witness to the union of two elements. Germany will be the site of the world's first hydroelectric-powered wind turbines.
According to a report from the International Energy Agency, the generating capacity of renewable energy sources has, for the first time, surpassed coal power.
With more and more people changing their lifestyles to better suit the environment, some of which have left their big houses and decided to live tiny or off-grid, there has been an increasing demand for innovative ways to generate energy without harming the planet. A team of researchers has developed a new technology that lets the wooden floors in your house generate electricity.
A study shows that if fed with certain nanomaterials, silkworms can produce super silk that can withstand breakage at 50 percent and is even conductive by electricity.
Is there truly futuristic technology etched into ancient hieroglyphics? Some swear there is, pointing to images of helicopters, spacecraft and even simple light bulbs in Egyptian art from an era that shouldn’t even be dreaming yet of such advanced technology.
A team of researchers has finally describe how stimulating a single region of the brain via electricity affects the activation of other regions and large-scale activity within the brain.
USGS to develop a natio-wide map of induction hazards to quantify the effects of geomagnetic storms to electrical power grids.
Researchers develop a new lightweight design of wearable thermoelectronic generators capable of converting body heat to electricity.
A company aims to give affordable solar energy that will not only help the environment, but also to lighten the expenses that solar energy can incur by making equipment more affordable.