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24 Jul 2014

Wind Share of World Electricity Will More Than Double By 2018

Front cover of the Navigant report, featuring the most powerful wind turbine installed in the world (Vestas V164-8.0 MW prototype at the Danish National Test Centre in Østerild, Denmark, originally © Vestas Wind Systems A/S). Global prospects
22 Jul 2014

Exfoliating Method Makes Water-Splitting Catalysts More Efficient

Scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) have developed a new method for improving the catalysis of water-splitting reactions. The Daily Fusion
22 Jul 2014

Catalyst Helps Get More Energy From Biofuel

A new, simple catalyst, developed at the University of Twente, improves the quality of oil produced from biomass before it is even sent to the refinery. The Daily Fusion
22 Jul 2014

Catalyst Helps Get More Energy From Biofuel

A new, simple catalyst, developed at the University of Twente, improves the quality of oil produced from biomass before it is even sent to the refinery. The Daily Fusion
22 Jul 2014

ParkWhiz raises $10M as more VC cash flows to parking spot-booking startups

Competing Chicago VCs are funding different parking reservation startups are they try to lock down the market for online spot bookings in different cities. ParkWhiz raises $ 10M as more VC cash flows to parking spot-booking startups
19 Jul 2014

Android this week: Nokia X no more; LG G3 Beat arrives; Android Wear reviewed

Nokia’s grand Android experiment is over. In addition to thousands of former Nokia employees being let go from Microsoft this week, so too is Google’s operating system. Microsoft will surely keep developing its own apps and services
18 Jul 2014

12 Mainstream American Corporations Want More Renewable Energy

Just a couple of weeks ago, we reported that a number of mainstream American companies are saving about $ 1.1 billion a year by using renewable energy. Now, 12 prominent and very large corporations have combined their voices to
16 Jul 2014

New Magnetic Materials Make Electric Motors More Efficient

Scientists at the University of Adelaide in Australia have used two emerging magnetic materials to make electric motors and generators more efficient. The Daily Fusion
16 Jul 2014

New Magnetic Materials Make Electric Motors More Efficient

Scientists at the University of Adelaide in Australia have used two emerging magnetic materials to make electric motors and generators more efficient. The Daily Fusion
15 Jul 2014

UK spy catalog describes tools for spamming, poll-rigging, social media manipulation and more

Remember the Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group, the unit of British spy agency GCHQ that uses criminal-style techniques to disrupt and discourage online activism? Now, thanks to a new Snowden document published late Monday by The Intercept,