How Nanogenerators works
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Heartbeat-powered nanogenerators could soon replace batteries In a few years, you may never have to recharge your phone again — provided part of you keeps moving. Back in March, scientists announced the world's first viable "nanogenerator" — a tiny computer chip that gets its power from body movements like snapping fingers or - eventually - your heartbeat.
Escape Alert is developing the implantable pet microchip with GPS tracking to be forever powered by a piezo-electrical nanogenerator battery. This means it recharges itself. Just implant the chip and forget about it. Learn more at http:escapealert.com
Researchers headed by Georgia Tech’s Zhong Lin Wang have lately reported about the innovative discovery of the first viable “nanogenerator,” a small flexible computer chip that gets its power from body movements like snapping fingers or even your heartbeat. The chip converts the pressure into electrical energy that can be stored in capacitors and used to power LEDs...
First Viable Nanogenerators Will Be Powered By Body Movements
Taking advantage of the triboelectric effect, Professor Zhong Lin Wang and his team at Georgia Tech are harvesting wasted power with nanogenerators that capture mechanical #energy from sources ranging from walking to ocean waves. The #technology is also used in a new type of self-powered sensor capable of detecting very minute vibrations. [VIDEO] #physics
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Taking advantage of the triboelectric effect, Professor Zhong Lin Wang and his team at Georgia Tech are harvesting wasted power with nanogenerators that capture mechanical #energy from sources ranging from walking to ocean waves. The #technology is also used in a new type of self-powered sensor capable of detecting very minute vibrations. [VIDEO] #physics | Repinned by @keilonegordon
"Harvesting the World's Mechanical Energy" - With one stomp of his foot, Zhong Lin Wang illuminates a thousand LED bulbs – with no batteries or power cord. Learn how at http://www.news.gatech.edu/features/harvesting-worlds-mechanical-energy
Nanogenerator Recharges Devices With a Jostle, Swipe, or Tap - Businessweek
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#Future : #Nanogenerator #Recharges #Devices With a Jostle, Swipe, or Tap : via #BW
Wishing you a life of happiness.
Macro Photography, Seedpod, Close Up
dandelion close-up...wonder how this would look ??
dandelion close-up would make a great painting
#dandelion close-up - #Macro #Photography
dandelion close-up...floating seed pod
Dandelion close-up #dandelion #seeds
Dandelion seed head close-up
dandelion clock close-up
VIDEO: Nanogenerators from simple movements will revolutionize the future of electronics #nanogenerators #energy #electronics #futureenergy #nanotech #energygeneration #amazing #tech #science #technology #nanotechnology #technologicaladvancement
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Akıllı telefon kullanıcılarının en büyük şikayetlerinden birisi de şarjlarının erken tükenmesi. Üreticiler de konuyla ilgili Ar-Ge çalışmalarını hızla sürdürüyor fakat henüz kayda değer bir gelişme yok. Samsung'un yeni aldığı patent hariç.
dandelion after the rain.
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dandelion dew drops. Oh my god I'm in love. On my list now!
Never get tired of seeing these dew and Dandelion macros
' #Dandelion ' #photo by Purpleface on #flickr
waterdrops on dandelions
Dandelion seed head.
dandelion dew drops
Need to heat your planet? Install some dinosaurs. The biggest plant-eating dinosaurs pumped out huge amounts of greenhouse gas, helping to keep Earth toasty warm, according to new calculations.
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This means our college bound 2012 seniors are the least prepared to answers questions concerning rudimentary math, vocabulary, sentence structure, let alone content and composition. Dinosaurs on Noah's Ark: the problem with America's schools | Washington Times Communities
The dinosaur art of one the great pioneers of Paleoartist Charles R. Knight has awed me and influenced my dinosaur art since I was a young child. The iconic painting of the Brontosaurus above is one of the first examples of dinosaur art that stirred my youthful imagination and transported me back in time into the world of the terrible lizards
The dinosaur art of one the great pioneers of Paleoartist Charles R. Knight
I seriously love vintage dinosaur art!
I'm returning... with DINOSAUR FARTS!
Thorns by Darren Stone
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I love macro photography. This is a good example of a close up photograph of a rose's thorns. The detail in this photograph is incredible, and it makes great use of color, with the complimentary reds and greens.
"...If you are too much afraid of thorns you will miss the roses too because they are there together...and what is life without a rose?" --Osho #roses #thorns #floral #flower
Observe that Rose Thorns never grow at azimuths of North, South, East, and West ... Rather, they are surface spread along their branch's radius to protect against creatures that tread trails moving North, South, East, and West. (Thorns by Darren Stone)
⭐️Rose Thorns by Darren Stone Yikes!ss
Color inspiration Rose, thorns
Macro | Thorns
An impressive river valley in Acidalia Planitia
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A river valley in Acidalia Planitia #mars #planet #space #astronomy #science
An impressive river valley in Acidalia Planitia, Mars(4th), Helios
A river valley in Acidalia Planitia #mars #planet #space
An impressive Martian river valley in Acidalia Planitia
River valley in Acidalia Planitia - Mars
Dragon approaching Space Station
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The SpaceX Dragon capsule will go to the ISS April 30. Private space flight will make access to space cheaper, faster, and safer. Artist rendering.
Here is the latest report that historic SpaceX Dragon is now live from International Space Station and according to Mashable, The docking manuevers have already started — the Dragon is currently some 350 meters from the ISS — and the ISS’ robotic arm is expected to grab hold of Dragon at 9 a.m. EDT. Full berthing is expected two hours later.
SpaceX Dragon getting ready to approach the International Space Station tomorrow (Artist Concept) How exciting...Gives me goose bumps.
The first commercial spacecraft docks with the International Space Station today: SpaceX Dragon
SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship making a flyby of the International Space Station for test purposes.
SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft mission to dock with International Space Station to launch May 19th
Dragon maiden flight and the Russian space program
SpaceX Docking With ISS Image
Pollen on a miner bee.
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Pollen on a miner bee. Miner bees (or chimney bees) are one of many familiar black and yellow summertime bees often mistaken for bumble bees. They are garden pollinators and serve an increasingly important role as honey bee populations decline.
Miner Bee covered with pollen - exquisite delicate beauty of nature. More beautifully adorned than any human covered with diamonds. #bees
A queen bumble bee does a dance when she is colecting pollen for her nest. She holds the stemen of the flower with her mouth and buzzes to remove as much pollen as posible.
Miner Bee covered with pollen - exquisite delicate beauty of nature.
MINER BEE as a “Pollen Vector” - by requestFamilies Andrenidae & Anthophoridae©Alliec2007 Pollen vectors are animals, usually insects, that transport pollen of plants when using the flowers for feeding, breeding or hiding. The pollen is found adhered to insect’s body parts such as face, legs and mouth parts or to mammal’s hairs, resulting or helping in the pollination of many plant species. An example are wasps, which can transport pollen and contribute for the pollination of several plant species, being potential or even efficient pollinators. This is an unusually good shot of pollen grains adhering to a miner bee. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pollination Other posts: American Honeybee Pollen covered wasp Saving our bees
pollen on a miner bee #macro #photography #insect
Miner bee covered in pollen by Alliec2007
A bumble bee covered in pollen:)
The Tycho supernova remnant is the result of a Type Ia supernova explosion. The explosion was observed by Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe in 1572. More than 400 years later, the ejecta from that explosion has expanded to fill a bubble 55 light-years across. In this image, low-energy X-rays (red) show expanding debris from the supernova explosion and high energy X-rays (blue) show the blast wave - a shell of extremely energetic electrons.
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Reverse Shock Wave Racing Inward at 1000 Times the Speed of Sound - A photograph of the Tycho supernova remnant taken by the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Low-energy X-rays (red) in the image show expanding debris from the supernova explosion and high energy X-rays (blue) show the blast wave, a shell of extremely energetic electrons. X-ray: NASA/CXC/Rutgers/K. Eriksen et al
Tycho's Supernova Remnant NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory - A long Chandra observation of Tycho has revealed a pattern of X-ray “stripes” never seen before in a supernova remnant. The stripes are seen in the high-energy X-rays (blue) that also show the blast wave, a shell of extremely energetic electrons. Low-energy X- rays (red) show expanding debris from the supernova explosion.
This photograph of the Tycho supernova remnant was taken by the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Low-energy X-rays (red) in the image show expanding debris from the supernova explosion and high energy X-rays (blue) show the blast wave, a shell of extremely energetic electrons. Credit: Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/Rutgers/K. Eriksen et al.; Optical: DSS
This image comes from a very deep Chandra observation of the Tycho supernova remnant. Low-energy X-rays (red) in the image show expanding debris from the supernova explosion and high energy X-rays (blue) show the blast wave, a shell of extremely energetic electrons. These high-energy X-rays show a pattern of X-ray "stripes" never previously seen in a supernova remant.
This image comes from a very deep Chandra observation of the Tycho supernova remnant. Low-energy X-rays (red) in the image show expanding debris from the supernova explosion and high energy X-rays (blue) show the blast wave, a shell of extremely energetic
A super-nova observed this month
Space Volvox This may be the weirdest entry in the gallery this year: Tycho's supernova remnant, looking for all the world (Universe?) like some sort of bizarre protozoan floating in space. It's actually the expanding debris from a star first seen in 1572 by astronomer Tycho Brahe. This image was taken by the Chandra X-Ray Observatory, and shows very high-energy X-rays in blue, and lower energy X-rays in red (both have been superposed on a sky survey image of stars representing the location of the nebula). The initial blast wave from the supernova is slamming into gas around it, compressing it, heating it, and generating crazy strong and chaotic magnetic fields. These fields accelerate electrons to super high velocities, making the X-rays shown in blue. The X-rays shown in red are from the supernova material itself - the outer layers of the star expanding outward behind the shock wave. These Chandra observations showed that expanding debris from a supernova can accelerate subatomic particles faster than previously thought, and in fact can account for the highest-energy protons that come from outer space and are seen hitting the Earth's upper atmosphere. It had long been suspected this was the case, but these data provided pretty strong evidence this was the case. In fact, just before posting this Top Pictures list, a NASA press release came out saying the Fermi satellite has seen gamma rays from this object, which is another very strong piece of evidence for this; gamma rays are the very highest energy form of light, and should be made when subatomic particles bounce around in supernova shock waves. So while the Tycho supernova remnant may look like some sort of blastocyte, it's really a blast site. Ironically, supernovae make heavy elements that get dispersed into space, which eventually form stars and planets... and life. So maybe "blastocyte" isn't too far off. Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/Rutgers/K.Eriksen et al.; Optical: DSS
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Beautiful Seeds - close up of Allium seed heads
allium seeds | onelia peña galvez..
seeded #gardening #seeds #plants
Unique Seed Pods - Allium seeds
Allium (Onion) Seed Pods
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Seed Pods Lovely..
Allium seed head.
Seed Pods chives
Milky Way rings like a bell, researchers say
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#Astronomy: Scientists discover that #MilkyWay was struck some 100 million years ago, still rings like a bell The celestial object that passed through the Milky Way could have been one of the small satellite galaxies that moves around the center of our galaxy or an invisible structure such as a dark matter halo. By Fermilab, Batavia, Illinois — Published: July 2, 2012
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Frost on Window - All that glitters is not gold. Copyright © 2008 Janice Street composition, palette
Frost on Window - 'All that glitters is not gold'. Copyright © 2008 Janice Street.
Nature As Artist - frost on a window - looks like frozen foliage.
Gold | Midas Touch | Golden Feathers
Brown / Gold
A rare carbon star surrounded by a gas shell ejected about 800 years ago