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At Michigan Tech, Battery 'Flaws' Drive Innovation

HOUGHTON — Most people see defects as flaws. A few Michigan Technological University researchers, however, see them as opportunities.

Tech researchers have found that defects called twin boundaries — 621 more words


Michigan Tech Prof Gets NSF Career Award

HOUGHTON — Autonomous vehicles can go where humans cannot. Some dive deep under the ocean, others fly high in the sky. Some drones are being used to respond to disaster sites, like the Nepal earthquake, as well as to power microgrids, to fly over battlefields, to monitor climate change and to observe underwater biodiversity. 842 more words


Canton Township Company Claims Battery Breakthrough

CANTON TWP. — ElectriPlast Corp., a subsidiary of Integral Technologies Inc. (OTC-BB: ITKG), Tuesday announced the company’s invention of a patent pending, highly conductive plastic bipolar plate which will be developed into a lightweight, moldable and cost effective battery. 311 more words


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Battery to provide on-chip power

The magazine Design Products and Applications in the UK has reported that researchers have combined 3D holographic lithography and 2D photolithography to produce a 3D micro-battery suitable for large-scale ‘on-chip’ integration. 295 more words

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Nucleus Scientific Announces Super-Fast Charging Batteries

Techcrunch reports on new battery technology from Nucleus Scientific that could see electronic devices charged in a few minutes rather than hours. The company has been working for 8 years on the technology that they believe can power the next generation of electronics and even cars such as a Tesla by using new techniques for storage and transfer of energy.

Source: Techcrunch


Acquisition Costs Swing Arotech To Loss

ANN ARBOR — Arotech Corp., the Ann Arbor-based provider of simulation and security products, reported a loss of $483,000 or 2 cents a share on revenue of $24.2 million in the first quarter of 2015. 244 more words