Portuguese Paper Battery Can Be Recharged With Water

Researchers from the Faculty of Science and Technology in Lisbon (CENIMAT) have recently developed a novel type of battery that you can charge... with water! They say it's another step towards their aim of developing new ways to power gadgets and small electronic devices.

New Graphene Production Technology Offers Hope for Cheap Hydrogen Storage

Victor Aristov, a Ph.D. at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research, along with a team of other researchers, has discovered how to produce high-quality graphene by using the cheapest methods possible.
Hydrogen Fuel Station

Future Hydrogen Fuel Stations Could be Cheaper

Aside from the price of the hydrogen fuel cell alone, another obstacle to a hydrogen future would have to be the lack of infrastructure. If...
The Boeing 777x's 234ft wingspan folds up to just 212ft when on the ground.

Boeing 777x’s Folding Wings Make for Fuel Efficient Air Transport

The long wingspan, up to 12 feet, of the wandering albatross makes for very fuel efficient flight, enabling the bird to soar great distances...

Bakey’s Edible Cutlery Could Reduce Plastic Waste

New type of edible cutlery can put an end to careless disposal of plastic spoons and chop sticks. Plastic pollution is an enormous problem, which...

Revolutionary Roll Out Solar Panel Invented by Renovagen

Flexible solar panels by Renovagen can be rolled up and transported pretty much everywhere. It is safe to say that solar power has been on...

Appeal To Future Inventors

Electric cars are the future. And that's for sure now. I've seen a lot since I began writing articles about free energy, perpetual motion...

FermentAlg: Algae-Powered Lamp That Provides Light and Absorbs Carbon Dioxide

While urban planners and city officials are debating over what is better- planting trees alongside roads to absorb carbon dioxide or making more space...

Recycled Coffee Grounds in American Eagle’s Latest Jeans

American Eagle, one of the world's biggest jeans manufacturers, has put a new twist in their latest line- the fabric that they use contains...

Newly Designed Carbon Spheres Paving the Way For Better Gas Filters and Catalysts

Solutions are always evolving for the polluting world out there, to compensate for the millions of tons of contaminants that poison the gas we breathe and the water we drink. One such innovatory solution comes from the University of Illinois in the form of tiny carbon spheres embedded with iron nanoparticles, to make more efficient catalysts and filters.