Energy Scavenging Wireless Nano Sensors Could Provide Battery-Free Devices

June 16, 2011 by  
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A group of researchers have developed the  technology that will lead the way in creating nano sensors that can energize themselves. The  technology will be able power tiny devices by garnering electricity from the tiniest of moments — like the pulse of a vein or blood vessel, a light breeze or the movement of someone walking. They hope to be able to create new devices that can be used as tiny implantable medical sensors, tiny flying surveillance cameras or wearable electronics

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Paper Pinhole Camera Looks Just Like a Leica

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The film camera is becoming more and more of a retro novelty as digital cameras quickly snap up the masses.

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IS IT GREEN?: The Biodegradable Soft Drink Can

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