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A team of researchers from China has developed a device that is capable of generating electricity from ocean waves New ways are always being implemented to produce electricity from renewable resources such as solar, wind, etc. Researchers tried to utilize...
The "triboelectric effect" is a phenomenon that scientists from the USA and China harnessed in 2012 to create the triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG), which transforms unwanted mechanical energy into useable electrical energy. Their system consisted of two metallic electrode-equipped triboelectric...
A simple prototype gadget developed by Case Western Reserve University researchers allows users to manage "smart home" devices by altering their breathing patterns. People with limited mobility or who have trouble speaking effectively may benefit from the self-powered device, which...
Researchers have developed a comfortable and durable self-powered fabric that can be connected with sensors to help adjust posture in real time. The importance of posture in one's health cannot be overstated. Slouching or leaning to one side for an...
An eco-friendly energy-harvesting smart sensor could help make roads safer by identifying potentially dangerous driver behaviour In a new research study by engineers from the University of Surrey, recycled plastic cups and silk cocoon waste have been used to develop...
 
 

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