‘It’s just a chip’ for the future of electronics – The BBC

Electrons can do all sorts of things, but when they are confined to a narrow wavelength of light, they can’t do much.But researchers at the University of Illinois have managed to create a material that can, in principle, create a thin, flexible and conductive membrane for semiconductors, and they say it could be a game-changer […]

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How to use an inexpensive solar power system to capture and store CO2 from the atmosphere

Enlarge/ Theoretical physicist Z.S. Shukla of the University of California at Berkeley is working on a new type of solar power generator called a crear correa electronico that uses a highly efficient electron-ion battery to capture atmospheric CO2 and store it in a liquid state for use in solar cells. The system, dubbed ionic electron battery, […]

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