Silicon Nanopores Breakthrough Could Boost Lithium-Ion Battery Anode Capacity by 10x

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Photo: Jeff Fitlow/Rice University Nanotubes, Nanopores… The Future’s Happening on a Small Scale Last year, I wrote about a battery tech breakthrough by researchers at Stanford and Hanyang University in Ansan, South-Korea

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Dean of Invention’s Joanne Colan Dishes on Game-Changing Gadgets

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Photo via Planet Green Planet Green is launching a new series this Friday, October 22nd called Dean of Invention .

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First-Ever Geoengineering Research Ban Considered by Convention on Biological Diversity

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photo: James Jordan / Creative Commons While preservation of the planet’s dwindling biodiversity itself has rightly grabbed the headlines at the ongoing Convention on Biological Diversity in Japan,

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