Sustainable Technologies/​Future Energy

Limitless solar electric power means zero fossil fuels or plugging into the power grid. Various fixed, tracking or out-folding of additional solar module designs assure power requirements are met.

Reduction of energy spend and boosting of throughput is of paramount importance to maximize gas separation efficiency. Waste heat energy has a major role in cost of the separated gas.

The thinnest material in existence is Graphene. It has high thermal conductivity, quantum hall effect, mechanical good with high Young's modulus (1 TPa) and intrinsic strength of 130 GPa, high optical transmittance and high electronic transport,

Plastic waste pollution is an increasingly prevalent environmental issue around the world. Many companies produce plastic waste through their manufacturing processes, and resource-limited environments - isolated island populations, natural disaster locations, remote operations, and more - continuously bring in plastic products that end up as waste.


Conventionally, as a flocculent for use in such wastewater treatment, synthetic polymer flocculants such as poly acryl amide have been frequently used. However, with this coagulant tends to accumulate in the environment for less likely to be degraded to be released to the environment,

Solar pumped storage with AI is an advanced water storage and electricity production technique. It also stores water for the masses but also produce renewable and clean energy.

Create a returnable plastics lottery system where reverse vending machines are used as "slot machines" ( and where any (authorized) plastic item could be deposited and where only very occasionally would the depositor win a (relatively) large dollar amount prize.

Americans are eating themselves to death. On average, it takes $7 dollars to get a single apple from the grove of its birth to the bodega shelf in New York. The people that need the food the most cannot get it,

The design and configuration of platforms for online learning such as MOOCs is an untested knowledge domain.

Mobility and power enable improved quality of life and economic development but current rural vehicle and power solutions in the developing world have either very limited utility or are too expensive to be broadly deployed.

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