A game changer in water electrolysis technology for production of green hydrogen energy – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Recently, hydrogen has gained considerable attention as a potential clean energy resource to replace fossil fuels. In particular, there has been active research and development of water electrolysis technology that removes hydrogen from water to generate green energy and avoid greenhouse gas emissions. The proton exchange membrane water electrolyzer (PEMWE) technology, which is currently present … Read more

Best Doctor Who audio dramas

It can be difficult to say goodbye, as you watch as your favorite Doctor dissolves into a cloud of pixie dust, never to be seen on screen again – a special birthday aside. You could re-watch old episodes (and our Doctor Who streaming guide can help you there). Or, thanks to the publisher Big Finish, … Read more

How the brain knows when to take out the trash

Credit: Hal Gatewood / Unsplash. The brain has its own housekeeping service, a sophisticated mechanism that cleanses debris left over from cellular activity. But scientists have had a hard time finding exactly how the brain knows when to start this cellular “litter pick”. A team of scientists led by Yale has identified a protein key … Read more

Solving a superconducting mystery with more precise computations – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Researchers have known about high-temperature superconducting copper-based materials, or cuprates, since the 1980s. Below a certain temperature (approximately -130 degree Celsius), electrical resistance vanishes from these materials and magnetic flux fields are expelled. However, the basis for that superconductivity continues to be debated and explored. Researchers have known about high-temperature superconducting copper-based materials, or cuprates, … Read more

Simulating Brain Synapses in Computers With 2D Materials

Researchers from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stanford University have fabricated the commercial viability of computers that mimic the human brain. Electrochemical random access (ECRAM) memory components made with 2D titanium carbide showed significant potential for complementing classical transistor technology, and contributing towards commercialization of powerful computers that are modeled after the brain’s … Read more

Illuminating how solvent additives improve efficiency – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Ikoma, Japan – All-polymer blend solar cells are expected to play an important role in the transition to clean energy technologies because they can easily be produced in large-scale flexible sheets. However, their performance has lagged behind that of more traditional silicon alternatives, as well as other organic solar cells. Ikoma, Japan – All-polymer blend … Read more

Explore the complex world of artificial intelligence with this e-book bundle

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an intimidating concept for most people. Many machines appear soon to replace people, but really, AI machines do not exist to take your jobs. Instead, they’re there to help you be better at it. Scientists design AI-powered tools and machines in a way that can assist you in your day-to-day, and … Read more

Best diet for your thyroid function

Credit: CC0 Public Domain The thyroid gland is an essential hormone gland: It plays a major role in the metabolism, growth and development of the human body. It helps to regulate many of the body’s functions by constantly releasing a constant amount of thyroid hormones into the bloodstream. Thyroid disorders can range from a small, … Read more

Uncovering the Secrets of the Big Bang With Artificial Intelligence

Quaternary globular plasma after collision of two heavy nuclei. Credit: TU Wien Can engineering learning be used to uncover the secrets of the quark-gluon plasma? Yes – but only with sophisticated new methods. It could hardly be more complicated: small particles swirl wildly at extremely high energies, countless interactions occur in the mess of quantum … Read more