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From NASA Goddard: "NASA Plans Twin Sounding Rocket Launches over Norway this Winter"

Goddard Space Flight Center

Nov. 24, 2015
Sarah Frazier
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.

An aurora is seen over Greenland on April 2, 2011. 1,082 more words

Basic Research

Battery Technoglogies

A while back I wrote about technologies being worked on for regenerating and saving energy that would otherwise be wasted.  This is the way hybrid vehicles work, and this is the way that the… 504 more words


From CERN- "A wealth of data for physics from the LHC: 1400 colliding bunches per beam and counting"


Oct 28, 2015

Thanks to the work done during the LHC machine-development period and technical stop at the end of the summer, the LHC is enjoying a stable-intensity ramp-up period, which is giving experiments precious data for their physics programmes. 594 more words

Basic Research

From EPFL: "An innovative response to the challenge of storing renewable energy"

Ecole Polytechnique Federale Lausanne

Emmanuel Barraud

Inside the Container. Alain Herzog/EPFL

A system for managing and storing energy, developed by EPFL’s Distributed Electrical Systems Laboratory, has been inaugurated on the school’s campus. 568 more words

Applied Research & Technology

LG Chem Holland Workforce Doubles To 300

HOLLAND — The Holland plant of Korean battery manufacturer LG Chem says it has doubled its workforce to more than 300 employees since its first commercial shipments of automotive batteries 23 months ago. 324 more words


Power Banks Market Structure, Landscape And Forecasts | 2015

Global Power Banks Industry is a professional and deep research report in this field. For overview analysis, the report introduces Power Banks basic information including definition, classification, application, industry chain structure, industry overview, policy analysis, and news analysis, etc. 383 more words


Lead-Acid Battery Market Trends, Application And Forecasts For ESS To 2019

An ESS is used to store surplus electricity that can be utilized during power shortages, blackouts, and peak hours of demand. It is useful when the amount of electricity generated is greater than the demand. 383 more words