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Researchers from UCLA have this month achieved a world-record efficiency breakthrough in the production of organic polymer solar cells. The UCLA team's latest update on organic solar cell research has revealed the achievement of 11.5...

source: pv magazine

The Ormia ochracea fly's exceptional sense of hearing has inspired researchers to develop technology that could be used to create sophisticated hearing aids. These flies have a keen ability to hear the chirping of crickets, which they spread their larvae on so the young...

source: HNGN

It’s no surprise that mercury, a neurotoxin, can have adverse effects on human health, and a Utah State University researcher is leading a new commercialization that will improve tracking and evaluation of atmospheric mercury measurements.


At the heart of policy disputes over standard essential patents is a simple truth: Companies whose products depend on standardized technologies want to increase their profit margins by cutting input costs — the royalties they pay to use standardized technologies invented...

source: IPWatchdog

Washington State University researchers-turned-entrepreneurs have developed a method for growing trees three times faster while conserving water and reducing the need for pesticides — and they just made their first sale. Plant scientist Amit Dhingra and five members...

source: The Prairie Star

Eight startup companies are among 67 recipients of Maryland Innovation Initiative awards in fiscal 2014. The Maryland Innovation Initiative gave a total of $6.4 million to research projects and startups with ties to universities...

source: Baltimore Business Journal


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