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  • Engineers solve a mystery on the path to smaller, lighter batteries
    Branchlike metallic filaments can sap the power of solid-state lithium batteries. A new study explains how they form and how to divert them....
    Source: MIT: Research by David L. Chandler | MIT News Office
  • Advancing the energy transition amidst global crises
    MIT Energy Initiative Annual Research Conference highlights both opportunities and obstacles in the race to a net-zero future....
    Source: MIT: Research by Leda Zimmerman | MIT Energy Initiative
  • The Freewrite Alpha boldly asks: Can a small screen be too small?
    If you’re reading this, you almost certainly have a complicated relationship with screens. Every year that passes, they become larger and increasingly present in our lives. Meanwhile, we continue to embrace the technology all while complaining about the hold it has on our lives. Astrohaus’ products have long occupied the...
    Source: TechCrunch by Brian Heater
  • MIT engineers build a battery-free, wireless underwater camera
    The device could help scientists explore unknown regions of the ocean, track pollution, or monitor the effects of climate change....
    Source: MIT: Research by Adam Zewe | MIT News Office
  • Watch this sleek electric plane ace its high-speed ground test
    The aircraft seen following its recent high-speed test. EviationPowered by 8,000 pounds of batteries, the Alice aircraft just completed an important runway exercise. And its first flight is coming up very soon, too. The post Watch this sleek electric plane ace its high-speed ground test appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Rob Verger
  • Ocean scientists measure sediment plume stirred up by deep-sea-mining vehicle
    A new field study reveals a previously unobserved fluid dynamic process that is key to assessing impact of deep-sea mining operations....
    Source: MIT: Research by Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office
  • Additive manufacturing method gets a radio frequency speed boost
    New curing technique speeds up direct ink writing Thermosetting polymers, such as epoxy resins, are ubiquitous in the modern world. Their high mechanical strength and thermal stability has seen them used in everything from batteries to construction materials. But manufacturing components from such polymers is a slow and intensive process,...
    Source: Materials Today
  • Stressed ions cause failure of solid-state batteries
    Solid-state batteries offer several advantages over traditional lithium-ion batteries. Photo: Bumper DeJesus/Princeton University.Solid-state batteries could play a key role in electric vehicles, promising faster charging, greater range and longer lifespan than conventional lithium-ion batteries. But current manufacturing and materials-processing techniques leave solid-state batteries prone to failure. Now, researchers have uncovered...
    Source: Materials Today
  • A bit of brushing clears dendrites away
    Scanning electron microscope images showing a sequence of lithium foils treated by scientists at Rice University. Brushing metal powder into the lithium anodes in rechargeable batteries can prevent the formation of damaging dendrites. The scale bars represent 100µm. Image: Tour Group/Rice University.A bit of brushing may be the secret to...
    Source: Materials Today
  • Wilsdorf Collection is a stylish fusion of cufflinks and miniature watches
    Wilsdorf Collection is a stylish fusion of cufflinks and miniature watchesThere is a certain appeal to products shrunken down to a fraction of their original size. Their petite forms can easily be described as cute......
    Source: YankoDesign by JC Torres
  • Piezoelectric material creates battery-free wearable sensor
    MIT engineers fabricated a chip-free, wireless electronic skin. The device senses and wirelessly transmits signals related to pulse, sweat and ultraviolet exposure, without bulky chips or batteries. Image courtesy of the researchers.Wearable sensors are ubiquitous thanks to wireless technology that allows a person’s glucose concentrations, blood pressure, heart rate and...
    Source: Materials Today
  • Engineers fabricate a chip-free, wireless electronic “skin”
    The device senses and wirelessly transmits signals related to pulse, sweat, and ultraviolet exposure, without bulky chips or batteries....
    Source: MIT: Research by Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office
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