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  • UPI News

    Inspired by aspen leaves, which tremble in the slightest of breezes, scientists at the University of Warwick have developed a leaf-shaped energy harvester.

  • IoT For All

    "Energy harvesting" is about capturing energy from ambient sources. As device makers use it more effectively, IoT will become more useful and flexible.

  • TechZiffy

    The New Report added to database “Global Energy Harvesting Market Analysis & Forecast 2019-2024” by WMR. Global Energy Harvesting Market report ...

  • The Engineer

    An energy harvesting device inspired by the trembling motion of aspen leaves could be used to power remote sensors or as a backup supply for Mars rovers.

  • All About Circuits

    This week, e-peas announced the AEM2094, an IC that can extract and control up to 110 mA from thermoelectric generators (TEGs). Remote IoT nodes may ...

  • physicsworld.com

    The first energy-harvesting, triboelectric fabric that is both waterproof and capable of converting energy from multiple sources – such as wind, rain and human ...

  • Electropages

    Thin metal flags of different sizes and shapes with conforming piezeoelectric strips and photovoltaic cells attached could power remote sensors or other ...

  • Sensors Online

    Developer of ultra-low power semiconductor technology, e-peas has created a power management IC (PMIC) optimized for energy harvesting from thermal ...

  • MENAFN.COM

    (MENAFN - ForPressRelease) Montreal, Quebec (forpressrelease) March 19, 2019 - Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic componen.

  • Speaking Times

    Electric Vehicle Energy Harvesting System market research report 2018-2023 report portrays definition, an investigation of significant improvements in the ...

  • Graphene-Info

    Researchers at Swinburne, the University of Sydney and Australian National University have collaborated to develop a solar absorbing, ultra-thin ...

  • Manufacturers' Monthly

    Australian universities have developed a solar absorbing, ultrathin film that has great potential for use in solar thermal energy harvesting.

  • Electronics Weekly

    A chip optimized for energy harvesting from thermal sources in wireless sensor applications.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Dublin, March 01, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Vibration Energy Harvesting Systems Market By Product, By Application, By Region, By Company, ...

  • Purdue News Service

    A fascination with movie technology that showed robots perform self-repair through a liquid formula inspired a Purdue University professor to make his own ...

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