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A Smartphone Battery That Lasts For Days? It’s a Possibility

Wish that your cellphone battery lasted longer or that your laptop computer wasn’t so heavy? Marina Petrukhina, professor of chemistry at the Univer...
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Synergy Between Company and University Creates Growth For Tech Start-Up

In the spring of 2014, two years after graduating from Binghamton University’s Watson School of Engineering, Swasti Dey moved his tech start-up into...
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Researchers Collaborate To Find Improved Energy Storage of the Future

We’ve all been there before. You’re chatting with friends online or using your maps software to get directions to that new place in the ce...
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The Future of Waste Processing Could Be Turning It into Energy

It’s not quite spinning waste into gold, but Sustainable Waste Power Systems (SWPS) is doing the next best thing—transforming cow manure, distille...
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An Understanding of Sub-Nano Materials Makes Miniature Even Smaller

Can you imagine a device that’s able to measure the properties of something as small as a single atom? Not only does does this sub-nanoscale met...