Once Again, Scientists Go Nano For Solar

Published on July 25th, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

Photovoltaic solar cells have their limits, and that’s directly related to the underlying semiconductor material. The scientists who discovered the limit back in 1961 named it after themselves, the “Shockley-Queisser (SQ) efficiency limit.” The not-so-favorable SQ ... Read More


Financial Inclusion – No Longer an Exception!

Published on July 24th, 2015 | by Guest

The world is getting smaller and financial inclusion is steadily becoming a rule, not an exception. Sample this-according to The little Data Book on Financial Inclusion 2015 (TDB) released by the World Bank’s Development Research Group, 62 per ... Read More

Mobile devices

Swipe Konnect ME 8GB at a Smarter Price

Published on July 23rd, 2015 | by Guest

All-new Swipe Konnect Me smartphone encapsulated with all the latest features and an extremely stylish design and outstanding performance takes your multimedia experience a notch higher. The image and video quality is fine on the bright ... Read More


Clip the Limit of 3D Printing

Published on July 23rd, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

What do you call it when an idea goes from design to CAD to a physical object? In the world of fabrication, that spells 3D printing. 3D printing had a surging take-off in recent years as a ... Read More


For Light-Emitting Diodes, Size Matters

Published on July 21st, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

LED’s were a huge break-through from traditional bulbs like incandescent and fluorescent. They rank supreme in terms of lighting efficiency, durability, and lifetime. Although light-emitting diodes don’t have a heat-dissipating, energy-wasting burning filament, they do have ... Read More


100+ Suns Hitting A Rooftop Near You

Published on July 18th, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

Solar technologies are more than an innovation—they’ve become the epitome of alternative energy driving the green movement. Something about harvesting sunrays resonate with people, to the extent that an overwhelming slice of grassroot efforts and petitions ... Read More

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