Researchers in Germany have developed a new class of thermoelectric material to generate electricity from previously unused waste heat from internal combustion...
Researchers in Germany have developed a material comprising tin oxide nanoparticles enriched with antimony, on a base layer of graphene, that can triple the...
The UK government has announced £22m for battery technology development, including a key project is to develop a manufacturable fast charging solid state...
The latest supercomputer at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the US should be the fastest machine on the planet, but only ranks fifth for its power...
Powerbox, one of Europe’s largest power supply makers, has launched its first supercapacitor management technology, aiming at industrial and medical designs.
Power switch startup Menlo Micro has hit a major milestone in the development of its MEMS-based Digital-Micro-Switch (DMS) technology platform.
French power cable maker Nexans has launched its first range of high speed chargers for electric vehicles (EVs), competing directly with companies such as ABB.
The theme for International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) 2018 is raising the bar. However, perhaps it's time to use this bar to quash a few...
A £38m (€43m) project to refurbish the former LG production and test plant in Newport, Wales, to handle compound semiconductors has been approved.
Graphite electrodes coated with living cyanobacteria can produce electricity in a potential step to sustainable, self-regenerating energy sources.
Carlo Bozotti retired as president and chief executive officer of STMicroelectronics NV at the end of May 2018 after 41 years and 4 months at the company.
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