Liquipel’s Hydrophobic Nanocoating Makes Gadgets Completely Waterproof!

January 12, 2012 by  
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At one point we’ve all done it – spilt a drink over a laptop , gotten our tablets soaked in the rain, or even dropped our phone in the toilet. Water has always been the bane of electronics, however American company Liquipel just announced that they have developed a way to completely waterproof our devices against the elements. Using a revolutionary process, Liquipel applies a hydrophobic nanocoating to your devices that completely waterproofs it and protects it against accidental exposure to liquids. Read the rest of Liquipel’s Hydrophobic Nanocoating Makes Gadgets Completely Waterproof! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cell phone , iPhone , liquipel , liquipel waterproof , mobile phone , mobile phone samsung , nanocoating gadgets , waterproof cell phone , waterproof nanocoat , waterproofing gadgets

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Inner Forest Pavilion Made From Thousands of Pine Cones Springs Up in Norway

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Read the rest of Inner Forest Pavilion Made From Thousands of Pine Cones Springs Up in Norway Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “natural materials” , “sustainable architecture” , eco design , green architecture , green design , inner forest , Iván Juárez , nature’s materials , Nordic Artists’ Centre Dalsåsen , norway , pine cone pavilion , pine cones , sustainable design , temporary pavilion

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MIT Scientists Find Way to Maximize Concentrated Solar Plant Efficacy by Emulating a Sunflower’s Pattern

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Scientists at MIT and RWTH Aachen University may have revolutionized the effectiveness of concentrated solar plants – by emulating the pattern found on a sunflower, otherwise known in science as Fermat’s spiral . By rearranging the CSP’s massive heliostats , or mirrors, to resemble the yellow flower’s petals, the solar power harvester can take up 20% less space. Making the system more compact increases the CSP’s efficacy, giving it a higher potential for energy generation. Read the rest of MIT Scientists Find Way to Maximize Concentrated Solar Plant Efficacy by Emulating a Sunflower’s Pattern Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “solar energy” , Concentrated Solar plant , eco design , Fermat Spiral , fermat’s spiral , green design , green energy , green technology , heliostat , PS10 solar plant , Solar Power , sunflower angle , sunflower solar , sustainable design

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