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Next Big Future: Near term Transparent solar power windows could provide 60-90% of the energy for a high rise building

Next Big Future: Near term Transparent solar power windows could provide 60-90% of the energy for a high rise building | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Oxford PV is developing and commercialising thin-film perovskite solar cells, which can be printed directly onto silicon solar cells, CIGS solar cells or glass. This will drive a paradigm shift in the aesthetics, performance and cost of both current solar panels and Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) systems.

Perovskite materials have astounded the solar cell community with a steep rise in efficiency from ~4% in 2010 to a certified efficiency of 20.1% (NREL) in 2014- already surpassing many other solar technologies.

To reach this remarkable efficiency in such a short time, many iterations of the cell architecture were trialled through to the current planar thin-film devices – more akin to other thin-film technologies.

Perovskite solar cells are already performing at 17% in the laboratory. We expect to see single-junction perovskite solar cells reach 25% cell efficiency within a few years. For a tandem perovskite/perovskite solar cell 30% is quite possible within the same timeline.

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Imagine this on all the highrises and buildings...

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From nose to knee: Engineered cartilage regenerates joints

From nose to knee: Engineered cartilage regenerates joints | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Cartilage lesions in joints often appear in older people as a result of degenerative processes, and appear in younger people after injuries and accidents. Such defects are difficult to repair and often require complicated surgery and long rehabilitation times. Researchers in Switzerland have reported that cells taken from the nasal septum are able to adapt to the environment of the knee joint and can thus repair articular cartilage defects.
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Dark matter brings physics to a crossroads

Dark matter brings physics to a crossroads | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Almost a century ago, the first galaxy beyond our own was discovered, and within a decade the theory that the universe is expanding was first proposed. Since then, astounding technological developments have contributed to revolutionary progress in physics, astronomy, cosmology and the life sciences. Today, physics stands at a new threshold. On July 4, 2012, […]
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Research paves way for development of cyborg moth “biobots”

Research paves way for development of cyborg moth “biobots” | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
North Carolina State Univ. researchers have developed methods for electronically manipulating the flight muscles of moths and for monitoring the electrical signals moths use to control those muscles. The work opens the door to the development of remotely-controlled moths, or “biobots,” for use in emergency response.
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A Cheaper, Better Accelerometer for Smartphones | MIT Technology Review

A Cheaper, Better Accelerometer for Smartphones | MIT Technology Review | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
A new kind of accelerometer could bring sophisticated motion sensing to even cheap mobile phones.
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Green Car Congress: ERTRAC publishes roadmap on energy carriers and powertrains; role for power-to-gas

Green Car Congress: ERTRAC publishes roadmap on energy carriers and powertrains; role for power-to-gas | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
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Robot 'Army' Can Swarm into 3D Formations

Robot 'Army' Can Swarm into 3D Formations | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Like an army of miniature robots with a highly effective drill sergeant, 1,024 coin-size machines can race into meticulous formation to create three-dimensional shapes.
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Battery-free wireless could send text messages after your phone dies

Battery-free wireless could send text messages after your phone dies | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Whenever you send a text message, upload a photo, or check your news feed, your phone or computer directs a small amount of power to its radio, and uses that power to beam out a signal. Finding...
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Movidius » Myriad 2 Platform

Movidius » Myriad 2 Platform | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
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A dedicated vision processing platform

Myriad 2 is the industry’s first always-on vision processor. It delivers high-performance computational imaging and visual awareness in severely power-constrained environments.

Myriad 2 exhibits a skillful balance between hard-wired and programmable elements. This gives developers immediate access to its advanced vision processing core, while allowing them to develop proprietary capabilities that provide true differentiation.

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Robots replace cheering fans at Korean baseball games | Impact Lab

Robots replace cheering fans at Korean baseball games | Impact Lab | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
The creators hope the robots can lead chants by real fans too. A struggling Korean baseball team, the Hanwha Eagles, have invented a novel way to improve
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The Past, Present, and Future of the CPU, According to Intel and AMD

The Past, Present, and Future of the CPU, According to Intel and AMD | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
With the overall PC market in decline, what does the future hold for AMD and Intel? And is the PC gamer still a part of their plans?
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A Power-Harvesting Sensor Chip Will Debut Next Year | MIT Technology Review

A Power-Harvesting Sensor Chip Will Debut Next Year | MIT Technology Review | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
A prototype sensor saves power by using transistors that never fully turn “on.”
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Startup Hopes to Enable 3-D Scanning and Videos | MIT Technology Review

Startup Hopes to Enable 3-D Scanning and Videos | MIT Technology Review | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Mantis Vision is developing 3-D scanning technology that could end up in lots of tablets.
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Engineers win grant to make smart clothes for personalized cooling and heating

Engineers win grant to make smart clothes for personalized cooling and heating | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Imagine a fabric that will keep your body at a comfortable temperature—regardless of how hot or cold it actually is. That's the goal of an engineering project at the University of California, San Diego, funded with a $2.6M grant from the U.S.

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Can Solar Power Go Truly Transparent? - IEEE Spectrum

Can Solar Power Go Truly Transparent? - IEEE Spectrum | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Improving on somewhat opaque solar windows and related ideas, MSU team makes fully clear solar power concentrator
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SuitSat - NASA Science

SuitSat - NASA Science | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Using a simple police scanner or ham radio, you can listen to a disembodied spacesuit circling Earth.
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A Power-Harvesting Sensor Chip Will Debut Next Year | MIT Technology Review

A Power-Harvesting Sensor Chip Will Debut Next Year | MIT Technology Review | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
A prototype sensor saves power by using transistors that never fully turn “on.”
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Could computers captain the world’s cargo ships?

Could computers captain the world’s cargo ships? | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Cargo ships carry the bulk of the world’s trade – but are a major source of pollution. Could computer control help make them cleaner and more efficient?
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Battery powered: GE sets sights on next $1B business - Albany Business Review

Battery powered: GE sets sights on next $1B business - Albany Business Review | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Prescott Logan is out to prove that General Electric can still build a company from scratch.
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Researchers pack more signal into ultra low-power Wi-Fi gadgets

Researchers pack more signal into ultra low-power Wi-Fi gadgets | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
What if a dead phone could send text messages? What if smartwatches could send WiFi signals without using up all their battery power? That's the idea behind backscatter wireless devices, which...
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The 10 Social And Tech Trends That Could Shape The Next Decade

The 10 Social And Tech Trends That Could Shape The Next Decade | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
A decade ago the idea of driverless fully electric cars, digital currencies and deep sea mining seemed like science fiction. It is testament to the rapid pace of social, economic and technological change that we are witnessing that these concepts no longer seem impossible with Bitcoin trading at values that [...]
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World data transfer record back in Danish hands - Technical University of Denmark

World data transfer record back in Danish hands - Technical University of Denmark | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Researchers at DTU Fotonik have reclaimed the world data transfer record.
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Smart Homes Could Benefit from Internet Connected Sensors That Power Themselves from Wi-Fi, TV, and Cellular Signals | MIT Technology Review

Smart Homes Could Benefit from Internet Connected Sensors That Power Themselves from Wi-Fi, TV, and Cellular Signals | MIT Technology Review | 미래탐험아카데미 | Scoop.it
Simple devices that can link up via Wi-Fi but don’t need batteries could make it easier to spread computing throughout your home.
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