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A U.S. Senate oversight committee unanimously passed a plan on Thursday to postpone retirement of the space shuttle as part of a job-saving compromise to the Obama administration's wish to end NASA's program to return astronauts to the moon.
A report jointly issued by the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) and Bureau Veritas shows that AEG Power Solutions’ Protect PV.250 solar inverter offers remarkable efficiency. Energy conversion efficiency testing conducted according to European Standard EN 50530 yielded a very high efficiency grade of 98.7%.
Motorola's lawsuit against Huawei Technologies alleging a plot to steal the U.S. company's trade secrets could complicate years of largely successful efforts by the Chinese telecom-equipment giant to demonstrate itself as an innovator in the industry.
In releasing results, the company sidestepped persistent speculation about a possible change in top management.
The German engineering company made virus scanning software available to its clients after learning of a computer bug designed to attack one of its best-selling industrial automation software systems.
The iPhone fueled a quarterly gain at the wireless unit as the company posted a decline in wired customers.
Hydrogen fuel cells can be used in a wide range of environments such as use in homes, ships, cranes and vehicles. Still, current funding is directed mostly to the transportation sector to be reduce pollution. In this article, we will focus on one of the most exciting uses for fuel cells: a Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV).
The largest commercially available collection of numerical algorithms for C and C++---NAG C Library—widely used for electronics application development, has now been expanded by the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) with the addition of over 150 functions for a total of well over 1300 user-callable functions...
(University at Buffalo) Apoptosis, programmed cell death, is essential to normal development, healthy immune system function, and cancer prevention. The process dramatically transforms cellular structures but the limitations of conventional microscopy methods have kept much about this...
When the fall semester starts next month at Texas A&M University, students will find their American Nuclear Society chapter offers perks not found elsewhere. That’s because the Texas A&M chapter can count on a permanent source of revenue—an endowment to support its activities now...
Tri-C Resources Inc. president Michael S. “Scott” Cone and his wife, Dru, have endowed a four-year petroleum engineering scholarship at Texas A&M University. The Dru R. ’80 and M. Scott Cone ’82 Scholarship will be awarded for the first time this fall to a high-achieving petroleum...
Digi International today announced a partnership with GroundedPower, a leading provider of interactive software for energy efficiency and smart grid solutions. Under the partnership GroundedPower’s Interactive Customer Engagement System (iCES) has been fully integrated with the Digi X-Grid to connect consumers’ home energy devices.
National challenges like the aging power grid, increasing energy demands, spiraling cost of generating electricity and its cost on the environment are all pointing towards the need for a grid that can produce and distribute energy more efficiently and reliably.
(Stanford University) The more researchers, the better. With funding from the National Science Foundation the Stanford "computational photography"team is providing programmable open-source cameras to other universities.