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Published on September 1st, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

ACerS is sponsoring a two-day course on Ceramic Injection Molding Sept. 16-17. The course is being held in San Diego, Calif. The course is a good opportunity for engineers, QC specialists, designers and technical sales professionals to get a good immersion in injection molding. The course will cover IM’s history Competing technologies, related technologies Powders, …

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Ceramic Tech Today




Published on September 1st, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

Traditional light bulbs are being phased out in the 27 countries of the European Union, reports the New York Times. Europe will replace the bulbs as part of its plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions 20 percent by the year 2020. Stores will be able to sell off their remaining stocks. However, starting Tuesday, the …

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Ceramic Tech Today




Published on September 1st, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

Without a way to store their power, no number of solar panels will free a home from the electrical grid. The Daily Herald reports that researchers at Utah-based Ceramatec have developed a new battery that can be scaled up to store 20 kilowatt-hours — enough to power an average home for most of a day. …

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Published on August 31st, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

The latest effort to store clean power from wind and solar energy resources comes from California, where a leading utility is hoping to put emerging technology to work. A report in the San Francisco Chronicle describes how Pacific Gas and Electric is working on a facility that would transform the energy from clean power resources …

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Published on August 31st, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

The National Geographic News has an interesting story about a project in Cairo, Egypt, that is successfully introducing solar power (albeit on a small scale) in several poor areas of the city. The nonprofit Solar CITIES project has installed 34 solar-powered hot water systems and five biogas reactors since 2003. “Our program is unique, in …

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Published on August 29th, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

The administration was a little slow in posting their updates yesterday, so that’s why there wasn’t a post about this on Friday. We still below $.5 billion in payouts from DOE and NSF. Remember: Vote in our poll on when DOE will cross the $1 billion mark. Also, the DOE upped its promised spending over …

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Nuclear




Published on August 29th, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

Western Troy Capital Resources announced that it plans to form a wholly owned private corporation to provide small nuclear reactor electric power generating stations for installation in remote locations in Canada and other markets. Rex Loesby, CEO of Western Troy says, “As we worked through the feasibility process for our MacLeod Lake Project, we evaluated …

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Ceramic Tech Today




Published on August 28th, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

For a while now, some scientists have thought that conditions necessary for superconductivity at higher temperatures exist. Now, a paper published in Science adds some fuel to their argument. It concerns the work of a group of U.S. and Japanese researchers – sponsored by a set of U.S. and Japanese government agencies – doing observations …

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Published on August 27th, 2009 | By: Peter Wray

The Houston Chronicle reports that the insides of some bridges and other concrete structures in the state, and elsewhere in the region, are turning to gel, and the culprit is alkali-silica reaction. Depending on the amount of moisture that seeps into the concrete, the gel can grow and cause the concrete to expand, crack and …

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