Self-Propelling Water Cooling System Could Green Computers Up

Less than a year ago, we have been talking about Chunlei Guo, a researcher that, along with his assistant Anatoliy Vorobyev, has demonstrated how by nano-sculpturing metals with a powerful laser, can make liquids flow upwards, defying gravity.

Smart LED Street Lights Provide Efficient Lighting and Wireless Connectivity

Energy efficient smart LED street lights, integrating technology from Philips and Ericsson, will provide both light and 4G wireless to boost cellular data traffic. Philips...
Ford App Challenge to Improve Individual Fuel Economy

Ford App Developer Contest to Improve Fuel Economy

Fuel economy is one of the biggest sellers of vehicles today, but driver habit is probably more of a factor than the vehicle itself. We've...
Beautiful Studio Apxé House Produces Zero Emissions

Negative Emissions House Built by Studio Apxé

Reducing or eliminating emissions doesn't have to be painful, expensive, or even ugly. Of course, beauty or ugliness remains in the eye of the beholder,...

Sino Skyscraper to Suck up the Smog

The Great Leap Forward can be credited not only for years of neck break growth and for lifting up millions of people out of...

The United Arab Emirates to Have a New Solar-Powered Desalination Plant

According to the English version of Dubai News, UAE's new solar energy desalination process "helps reduce cost of water treatment, especially in desert areas where dust and high temperatures impair the efficiency of solar panels used in the existing desalination system."
All-Electric Buildings

Revolutionary Way to Mainstream Zero-Emission, All-Electric Buildings

Since late 1970s, California has been a leader in building energy efficiency. However, state officials believe that much more can be done to make...
Energy Saving Device

This Energy-Saving Device Could Cut Your Bill by 70%

If you have to pay a lot for electricity, it is bad for both you and the environment. In most of the cases, you...

Better Solar Panels With Newly Discovered Nanometric Butterfly Wings

Researchers at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and the State University of Pennsylvania (USA) have created a method to replicate biological structures, such as butterfly wings, on a nanometric scale. The resulting biomaterial could be used to make optically active structures, such as optical diffusers for solar panels.

Make Free Electricity by Pouring Water from a Can

Of all the science stuff I've ever seen, this free electricity experiment has caught my eyes and is by far the most simple and interesting....