by Chemmyone on Jun.05, 2010, under 2, 2010, 3, 5, 7, 7d, Ac, Ad, Add, Ads, age, and, ANT, Ants, AR, arc, Art, Ati, beats, biomedicine, Body, Bp, C6, cat, cc, city, clear, college, colleges, color, convert, de, Display, Ds, E, Ea, EC, Education, electric, Electricity, energy, Et, Experiments, F1, Feeds, ff, Ge, Generators, Gizmo, gizmodo, Hd, Heart, Home Automation, Id, Ie, Im, images, In, Io, Ion, Ir, Isp, La, Labels, Medicine, mid, Mod, Nano, nanowires, NK, Of, om, One, order, Pad, Padd, PI, Pixel, plan, plant, Plants, Play, Port, Ports, power, Q, quant, rats, Rc, Red, Republished, Research, Review, RSS, Rv, Scale, Science, sea, search, sensor, Sensors, serve, Style, Tag, tar, Target, tech, Techno, Technology, TI, tie, TV, universities, Us, V, vers, view, Wires, X1
Nanowires inside a rat can convert the power of breathing and heartbeats into electricity, according to researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Technology Review reports these nano-generators could conceivably lead to nano-scale implants and sensors powered by the body. More
by Chemmyone on Mar.24, 2010, under 7, 7d, Ad, Ads, age, Ai, Air, Ambient vibrations, and, AR, Ati, clear, de, Ds, E, e1, Ea, energy, Ge, Generators, Gizmo, Green, green tech, Hd, Home Automation, Ie, Ion, mini, Mod, One, Os, power, Rc, source, Style, Sun, Tag, TI, TV, Ui, Up, vibrations, what, Wind, X1
What’s an easier green power source to acquire than sun or wind? Random ambient vibrations , that’s what. And that’s exactly how some new generators juice up.
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Tiny Generators Charge Up From Random Vibrations In the Air [Generators]