Computer fans could get some relief from charged particles that create a cooling breeze.
28 Years Ago in TR: “Massive ocean thermal energy conversion plants may be turning this heat to usable electricity by 1985.” – William F. Whitmore
A well-financed California startup is promising to build a solar-cell factory that could finally make solar power affordable.
Researchers have found a material that could allow the use of spintronics to make more-powerful computers.
Oxonica cuts diesel consumption but runs into nanotech’s environmental quandary.
The institute’s energy council co-chair Ernest J. Moniz describes a sweeping agenda to meet a “remarkable challenge.”