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31 Jul 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Evaporation and Bacterial Spores as Sustainable Energy Sources; Laboratory Technique that Links Imaging Techniques with Cell Mutations; Seamless Data Transmission between Televisions Using Ultra High Frequency
This issue profiles using evaporation and bacterial spores as sustainable energy sources, a laboratory technique that links imaging techniques with cell mutations, and seamless data transmission between televisions using ultra high frequency.
10 Jul 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Innovative Recycling Technology Can Boost the Battery Market in Nordic Countries; Novel Heat Recovery System Can Benefit Industries; Impedance Spectroscopy for Faster Fault Identification in Photovoltaic Panels
This issue profiles an innovative recycling technology that can boost the battery market in Nordic countries, a novel heat recovery system that can benefit industries, and an impedance spectroscopy for faster fault identification in photovoltaic panels.
03 Jul 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Analytics Solution for Actionable Intelligence; Novel Wave Energy Generation Technique Promises Sustainable Economy; Novel Technique can Improve Plastic Recycling
This issue profiles an analytics solution for actionable intelligence, a novel wave energy generation technique that promises a sustainable economy, and a novel technique that can improve plastic recycling.
19 Jun 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Concrete Towers can Replace Steel Towers in the Wind Power Industry; Power from Vibrations can Charge Mobile Phones; Connection between Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs and Reduced Fertility in Women
This issue profiles concrete towers that can replace steel towers in the wind power industry, power from vibrations that can charge mobile phones, connection between non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and reduced fertility in women.
12 Jun 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Sandia Research Enhances Physical Security Systems; Link between Common Household Pesticides and ADHD in Children; Grid Computing Impacts Control of LED Dimming
This issue profiles Sandia research that enhances physical security systems, link between common household pesticides and ADHD in children, and grid computing that impacts control of LED dimming.
15 May 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Safer and Greener Method of Controlling Mosquitoes; Bluetooth-Based Industrial Transmitters; Packing Peanuts Battery Addresses Range Anxiety
This issue profiles a safer and greener method of controlling mosquitoes, bluetooth-based industrial transmitters, and a packing peanuts battery that addresses range anxiety.
24 Apr 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Mexican Observatory Uses Gamma Rays to Uncover Cosmic Secrets; Flexible and Safe Lithium-Ion Battery; Phenolic-Rich Maple Syrup Extract Found To Reduce Antibiotic Resistance
This issue profiles a Mexican observatory using gamma rays to uncover cosmic secrets, a flexible and safe lithium-ion battery, and phenolic-rich maple syrup extract this is found to reduce antibiotic resistance.
10 Apr 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Producing Batteries from Peanuts; Light Data Unlocks Exoplanet Cloud Properties; Promising Ceramic Materials Technology can Lead to Lighter Batteries
This issue profiles producing batteries from peanuts, using light data to unlock exoplanet cloud properties, and a promising ceramic materials technology that can lead to lighter batteries.
03 Apr 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Fish Exposed to Estrogenic Chemicals Display Transgenerational Reproductive Effects; High-Energy Density Flow Battery; Low-Cost Hydrogen-Bromine Flow Batteries for Grid Utility Energy Storage
This issue profiles a study of fish exposed to estrogenic chemicals displaying transgenerational reproductive effects, a high-energy density flow battery, and low-cost hydrogen-bromine flow batteries for grid utility energy storage.
27 Mar 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Genetically Modified Bacteria Help in Fight against Obesity in Preliminary Research; Future Aircraft can be Directly 3D Printed; Paper-Like Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries
This issue profiles genetically modified bacteria that help in fight against obesity in preliminary research, future aircraft that can be directly 3D printed, and a paper-like material for lithium-ion batteries.