Research and Development Initiatives in Brain Activity Imaging, Batteries, Photovoltaic Modules, Shower Technology, and Solar Panels - Inside R&D TOE

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This week's Inside R&D TOE profiles innovations across different industries. This issue captures a brain-mapping technique designed to learn more about psychological conditions, biomolecule-based batteries for enhanced performance, pervoskite photovoltaic cells with increased efficiency, a smart water-conservation technology, and bacteria-powered solar panels.

Inside R&D TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) covers global innovations that are in research and development in virtually all technology areas. We provide intelligence and insights on innovations spanning a wide variety of industry areas, including automation, electronics, sensors, information and communication technologies, manufacturing, health, wellness, medical devices, pharma, biotechnology, materials, coatings, renewable fuels, automotive, power systems, sustainable energy solutions and innovations that contribute to a cleaner and greener environment.

Keywords: Functional MRI, pervoskite, photovoltaics, batteries

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Research and Development Initiatives in Brain Activity Imaging, Batteries, Photovoltaic Modules, Shower Technology, and Solar Panels - Inside R&D TOEInnovations in Brain Activity Imaging, Batteries, Photovoltaic Modules, Shower Technology, and Solar PanelsBrain Activity Imager Gives Clues to Social WithdrawalMelanin-based Cathode for Batteries Exhibits Excellent Performance TraitsUp-scaled Pervoskite Photovoltaic Module Records 10% Conversion EfficiencyShower Technology with Water Reduction AbilitySolar Panel Powered by Bacteria




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