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New regulations in the United States mandating ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel are igniting interest in efficient diesel vehicles.
Silver-zinc battery chemistry could replace lithium ion in laptops and other electronics–if such batteries can be made cheaply enough.
A startup says it can make silicon-based lighting that will compete with conventional incandescent bulbs and existing LED-based lighting.
The automaker plans to begin rolling out a test fleet of fuel-cell cars, but some experts say it’s a mistake.
A semiconductor material with three energy bands uses more sunlight, by trapping low-energy photons.
Panelists at the Emerging Technologies Conference voiced an urgent need for aggressive policies to promote energy efficiency, renewable power sources, and carbon sequestration.
MIT researchers are developing low-cost manufacturing methods based on the rapid reproduction of viruses. Angela Belcher, a panelist at the Emerging Technology Conference, explains.
Hydrogen may never be feasible as a fuel for vehicles, but BMW is pushing ahead anyway with an advanced hydrogen-gas combustion hybrid.
This power system could make it feasible to generate cheap electricity from lukewarm geothermal sources.
Thin-film technology is still expensive, but it could soon run remote sensors and medical implants–and one day electric vehicles.