US: Research rethinks thermoelectronics nanotechnology

Engineers at the A. James Clark School of Engineering of the University of Maryland are challenging previous assumptions about the behaviour of the nanoscale materials used to build thermoelectric devices, which can generate electricity when heated by an external source, or quickly cool or heat their environment when powered with … It’s time to log …

Engineers at the A. James Clark School of Engineering of the University of Maryland are challenging previous assumptions about the behaviour of the nanoscale materials used to build thermoelectric devices, which can generate electricity when heated by an external source, or quickly cool or heat their environment when powered with …

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