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Yuda Wang How 19th century physics could change the future of nanotechnology
Released March 3, 2014
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engineering graphic Researchers find ways for more efficient control of wind power
Released January 2, 2014
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solar field, the roof of the Keystone Science Ctr New connection between stacked solar cells can handle energy of 70,000 suns
Released September 6, 2013
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image of windmills in a field in Germany Policy Issues Plague Hydropower As Wind Power Backup
Released June 25, 2013
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the artificial leaf MIT Researchers Develop Solar-to-fuel Roadmap for Crystalline Silicon
Released March 4, 2013
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the field intensity near the nanowire surface Using Single Quantum Dots to Probe Nanowires
Released February 5, 2013
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image of a robotic fish New Robotic Fish Glides Indefinitely
Released January 14, 2013
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silicon wafer with radiation damage Radiation Damage Bigger Problem in Microelectronics Than Previously Thought
Released July 19, 2012
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Dionysios Aliprantis Iowa State Engineer Wants to 'Sculpt' More Powerful Electric Motors and Generators
Released January 25, 2012
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  ECCS News and Events
Updated September 21, 2011
  MABEL (ECCS/EPAS) becomes the world's fastest bipedal robot, setting a record of 10.9 kph or 6.8 mph.
Updated September 21, 2011
Photo of solar cells. NSF and DOE Announce Joint Funding Opportunity for Solar Energy Research
Updated April 18, 2011
Photo from far downstream end into the test section of the U.S. Air Force Academy water tunnel. On the Crest of Wave Energy
Released November 18, 2009
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engineering graphic New Nanotech Sensor Developed With Medical, Chemistry Applications
Released October 12, 2009
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engineering graphic Team of Researchers Achieves Major Step Toward Faster Chips
Released May 7, 2009
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