If it gets built, there's an engineer involved somewhere. Check out some ideas on engineering the things we use everyday to be cleaner and more efficient.
Large particles of slow moving mass in the forms of ships and vessels rise and fall every day with the incoming and outgoing tide. The rising tide literally lifts all boats. Attaching these vessels to a stationary platform and a gearing system can... Read More
Secretaría de Educación de Bogotá
Alternative Energy at School is a project that aims to strengthen all the areas of knowledge at the school, such as ecology, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, languages, social sciences, arts, graphic design, technology, electricity,... Read More
Have you ever wished that mobile devices did not need batteries? Well, your wish will probably come true. Zhong Lin Wang and his research team at Georgia Tech are developing shoes that can generate power and charge electronics using nanotechnology.
Hydrogen is on of the world's most plentiful energy sources. It's clean and abundant. But storing hydrogen has been the issue. A UNSW researcher has now solved that problem with an innovative new material that is lightweight and compact.