Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Young Scientists Journal


Here is the latest issue of the Young Scientists Journal, written and edited by students for students. Read it, use it for research, add comments and even submit your own article.

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Molten Metal Batteries aimed at National Grid

Molten Metal Battery

Molten Metal Battery

American engineers have created a feasible way of storing electrical energy generated from renewable sources that are very much conditional on the weather (wind, solar etc.) – a battery containing liquid lead, antimony and lithium. Could this be another step towards mainstream renewable energy production?

Read more here.

Friday, September 19th, 2014

New breakthrough in clean electricity production?

Transparent Solar Cells

Transparent Solar Cells

The problems with solar panels up until now have been that in order to be of any real use they have to be large in size, placed in huge arrays (solar farms), and are frankly rather unsightly. But now, a team at Michigan State University may have just the answer…

Read more here.

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