Converting Carbon Dioxide to Methane Now Possible With Rhodium

Using UV light, Duke University researchers managed to develop nanoparticles that act as a catalyzer while converting carbon dioxide into methane. This new nanoparticle requires...

Nanotech Stars – NIST Method Produces Graphene More Efficiently

Researchers have been finding numerous possible applications for the wonder-material called graphene, but mass-production has, so far, escaped them. So far, graphene production in small...

Principle Behind Stained Glass Colors Solar Future Bright

Researchers from the FOM Institute AMOLF in the Netherlands and Caltech recently made a breakthrough in solar power, by drawing inspiration from stained glass. For...
Stanford University added pure carbon nanodomes to pure lithium battery technology to improve its lifespan

Nanotechnology Could Make Pure Lithium Battery Possible

Currently, most portable devices use lithium-ion battery technology, in spite of the fact that a pure lithium battery could offer much more capacity. The problem...

New Power Generating Backpack Brings Together Energy and Exercise

Want to stay healthy and active while creating usable energy? You may be able to have your cake and eat it too with new...

Graphene Charges Atmosphere with Battery Running on Thin Air

Graphene, the wonder material made of carbon that's impermeable to gas and liquids, could one day be used for hydrogen batteries,  based on research ...

Move Over Giant Hard Drives, Scientists Store 1TB of Data in a Spoon of...

Advances in the field of nanotechnology have managed to completely transform our portable electronic gadgets from what they used to be. The most fascinating part...
Titanium Carbide MXene Could Increase Lithium-Ion Battery Capacity

MXenes: The Graphene-Like Material That Could Revolutionize Lithium-Ion Batteries

We've heard a lot about graphene, a single-layer hexagonal arrangement of carbon atoms, about which it has been said might revolutionize lithium-ion battery, water...

Nanogenerator Powers an E-watch with Energy from Wrist Movement

Self-powered electronic watch uses high-tech mechanism to harvest the energy of the wrist movement, paving the way to battery-free devices. A team of scientists, led...

Cellulose Nanocrystals, a Potentially Green Alternative to Steel and Carbon Nanotubes

Every time cellulose was mentioned in one of your news pieces, it has always been about biofuels. Green algae digesting it and improving biogas...