Researchers Create Cheaper and Greener OLED Lights Using Inkjet Printers

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Photo via Shutterstock Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) aren’t quite as energy efficient as normal LEDs, but they’re still far more efficient than traditional light bulbs, and new research could revolutionize the production of OLEDs. Researchers from the University of Louisville in Kentucky are developing  “hybrid” OLEDs that are combined with inorganic quantum dots that increase both the efficiency and the range of colors that can be produced. But the most interesting wrinkle of the new research is how they’ll be produced—with inkjet printers. Read the rest of Researchers Create Cheaper and Greener OLED Lights Using Inkjet Printers Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Delaina Amos , energy efficient lighting , green lighting , hybrid quantum dot LEDs , Inkjet printers , LED lights , LEDs , non-toxic materials , OLEDs , Organic light emitting diodes , University of Louisville        

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German Scientists Create Lithium Ion Battery that Can Charge an Electric Car for 27 Years

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Scientists at Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Wurttemburg (ZSW) have developed one of the most efficient lithium-ion batteries yet. The super lithium-ion batteries could be used in electric vehicles and as solar power storage systems — and in an electric car they will retain 85% of their capacity after being charged every day for “about 27.4 years.” Read the rest of German Scientists Create Lithium Ion Battery that Can Charge an Electric Car for 27 Years Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 10000 complete charging and discharging cycles , batteries for electric vehicles , batteries for solar power storage systems , battery capacity , battery power density , center for solar energy and hydrogen research baden-wurttemburg , efficient lithium-ion batteries , german federal ministry of economics and technology , german federal ministry of education and research , large pouch cells , large prismatic cells , short charging times for electric vehicles , superior acceleration for electric vehicles , wind and solar power storage , zsw , zsw laboratory for battery technology        

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Tepco Admits that Water at Fukushima is Contaminated by Radioactive Particles

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The Tokyo Electric Power Company, or Tepco , have reversed its earlier statements that the water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant is not contaminated. The utility company has detected low levels of radioactive particles in the groundwater flowing into the plant, an occurrence that they had previously dismissed. The admittance stands as one of a growing list of errors that have taken place during the cleanup effort, and has drawn criticism of the government for choosing to place the recovery of the plant into the hands of the company whose failings during the 2011 earthquake and tsunami allowed the disaster to reach catastrophic levels. Read the rest of Tepco Admits that Water at Fukushima is Contaminated by Radioactive Particles Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cesium , contamination , fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant , groundwater , Japan , radioactive , reactor , TEPCO , tokyo electric power company , united states        

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