Our technology review is always chock full of interesting advancements from the world of science so let’s get it going now!
Lithium-sulfur batteries could be commercial viable sooner than later.
Improved ultra-cold battery developed.
Low-cost environmentally-friendly catalyst for improved hydrogen… Read more
It’s that time again for my favorite part of the News Snippets, our technology review!
Is vertical farming the wave of the future?
Ethanol gas might produce less carbon than traditional petroleum.
New fuel cell design promises to be more… Read more
Technology updates here, hot off the presses, enjoy!
Improved polymer for converting CO2 to useful hydrocarbons.
Seawater batteries are one step closer to commercialization.
Low-cost nickel catalyst developed for hydrogen gas production.
Major stride towards lower-cost, rapid-charge EV batteries.
The… Read more
It’s tech time as usual, my favorite article of the month, so here we go!
Significant improvement for wearable batteries announced.
Next-generation nickel batteries are one step closer to the market.
A living solution to our renewable energy storage needs.… Read more
Let’s kick off our first technology review of the year without delay!
New power-generating clothing material made from complex carbon rings developed.
Indoor lighting could power next-generation handheld electronics.
Printable next-gen batteries are making strides forward.
New technique could pave… Read more
Not only is our monthly technology review your favorite part of the Snippets, it’s also mine! So without further delay, here is our final list of 2020 😊
Extremely powerful electrical pulses created by a picosecond generator.
A 100% efficient… Read more
We know that your favorite part of our newsletter is the monthly tech review so let’s jump right into our list for November!
Stand-alone device converts sunlight into power.
Tests on largest-ever wind turbines planned.
Orange peels can recycle metals… Read more
Our September list of tech advances is one of our longest ever with topics ranging from batteries to biofuel to graphene:
A wind turbine for your home.
Our next generation clothes could be made from this carbon-based fabric.
These bacteria… Read more