Compact Residential Wind Power Generation System
Researchers at Arizona State University have developed a compact wind power generation system for residential and commercial rooftop use. The system is light, inexpensive, has few moving parts and, although it is small, it can be scalable to meet various installation demands.
Booth: 9M - 9 T
Printable colloidal crystal superstructure for thousand-fold fluorescence enhancement for colorful LEDs, optical sensing and light harvesting
The technology is a new self-assembled, three-dimensional colloidal photonic crystal (CPhC) superstructure, which traps both excitation and fluorescence light, thereby significantly enhancing photon absorbance and emission and prolong emission time. The superstructures can be readily self-assembled over large areas and compatible with inkjet printing.
Superlight Evaporator Green Roof (TECTUM)
A lightweight Green Roof for industrial, commercial and residential roofs based on a polymer mixture that provides a better thermal insulation and water efficiency. Proven to be higher in efficiency than current-market models due to its low installation and maintain costs, reducing energy consumption.
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