Posts Tagged ‘carbon nanotubes’

Carbon Nanotubes for Fire Safety

In a solid safety move at the nanoscale, it is possible to create a uniform, multi-walled carbon-nanotube-based coating that greatly
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Natural Gas Powered Cars get a Boost

Graphene is capable of blocking almost everything and companies are already taking advantage of the capabilities by adapting these characteristics
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Safety Minded Jellyfish

A robotic jellyfish, oddly named Robojelly, not only works for underwater search and rescue operations, but could also never run
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Strong Safety Feature: Smart Paint

Paint may end up being the biggest safety enhancer for critical infrastructure. That is because a low-cost smart paint can
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Paper Sensor Detects Explosives

A new prototype wireless sensor is capable of detecting trace amounts of a key ingredient found in quite a few
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Lighter Blades Generate More Power

Wind energy continues to grow, but the efforts to build larger turbines able to capture more power from the air
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Antenna Funnels Solar Energy

There is now a way to concentrate solar energy 100 times more than a regular photovoltaic cell by using carbon
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Nano Channels: Small Way to Keep Water Safe

Sometimes something, like single ions marching through a tiny carbon-nanotube channel, can end up being something very big.
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