Ian`s Solar-Heated Air Balloons Could Harness 500kW Each

How would you like an engine producing your dear electricity? How would you like that engine to have pistons as high as heat-powered balloons? Well, an environmental consultant from Solartran in Brisbane, Australia, by his name Ian Edmonds, has designed such an energy producing "engine" from the classic and romantic air balloon.

How to build a Joe cell free energy device

(Copyright 1998-2005 Educate-Yourself and Ken Adachi. All rights reserved) By Ken Adachi (Ken Adachi, Editor) http://educate-yourself.org/fe/fejoewatercell.shtml An Australian man, only identified by the name of Joe...

New Rice University Sensor Sniffs Greenhouse Gases

A particularly difficult argument to have with those who do not have a background in environmental topics is one that involves the actual effects of greenhouse...

A Cool Way to Play with DOLL

No, we're not talking about Barbie, nor are we talking about GI Joe.  Oh, okay, GI Joe is not a doll, it's an action...

Harvard Scientists Propose Method to Capture The Energy Released by Earth’s Surface

When it comes to renewable energy, the Sun seems to be one of the most obvious sources, and this is why a lot of...
Saccharomyces Cerevisiae - Yeast, Produces Alcohol Naturally

Engineered Yeast May Lead to Gasoline Substitute, MIT Finds

Researchers at MIT used engineered yeast to produce alcohol in the mitochondria. The mitochondria produce the energy in the cell, making them more efficient. Yeast has...

Build a Joe Cell Hydrogen Generator from a Silicone Tube! (video)

In the times when gas prices rise and rise, and there's no optimistic future for our pockets, hydrogen and Brown's gas generation look more and...
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Student-Made 2098 mpg Car Won the SAE Supermileage Competition

2098 mpg is the mileage achieved by the Quebec's Laval University team, which won the SAE Supermileage competition, this year. Living in an age of impending climate...

How To Build a Solar Powered Car for Your Kids

Here's a little tricky experiment that you can do on your own at home. It's very simple to do, all you have to have...

Protein Nanotubes Could Make Solar Panels Self-Washable

Scientists at the Tel Aviv University (TAU) are sure that their newest research in the nanotechnology field could lead to the development of a new type of solar panels and glass that need no cleaning and apparently put window washers out of work.