Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Green Solar Technologies Founder Pleased about New Technology to Reduce Dust on Solar Panels 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Nicki Zvik shares excitement about technology that could make solar panels easier to maintain. LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) December 12, 2019 With so much hype around the environmental and financial benefits of solar panels, it’s so often forgotten to talk about how to maintain a healthy solar panel system once it’s installed. However, while other solar news can often be overpowering, scientists have not stopped in their pursuit to make solar panel systems as efficient as possible. According to a recent article on Phys Org, “In a new study published in … [Read more...] about Green Solar Technologies Founder Pleased about New Technology to Reduce Dust on Solar Panels
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The Department of Science and Technology - Interdisciplinary Cyber Physical System Division (ICPSD) organised a Faculty Development Programme (FDP) at the Kakatiya Institute of Technology and Science (KITS) that started on Thursday.Professor K. Ashoka Reddy of KITS said that the FDP titled “Advances in Internet of Things” would continue till December 22. The programme was inaugurated by Kakatiya University registrar K. Purushotham and NIT professor P. Radha Krishna.Mr. Purushotham exhorted the faculty to keep themselves abreast with the latest developments in their respective disciplines. “Unless the teacher is equipped properly, quality education cannot be given to students. In the age of competition, teachers should first learn. Learning should be a continuous activity,” he said. “Unlike in the past, technology is changing rapidly now,” he observed. Prof. P. Radha Krishna said that the objective of the FDP was to provide a platform to build a … [Read more...] about ‘Teachers should upgrade them to technology’
Advertisement Nostalgia turns cold hearts into poets. A few bars of a song, a wafting scent, a random sentence, and we’re off in our own world, reliving a time gone by.Remember the Walkman? Sony’s portable tape player revolutionized the music industry Tunes On The Go: From The Walkman To The iPod & Beyond [Geek History] Tunes On The Go: From The Walkman To The iPod & Beyond [Geek History] Your children will never know what it’s like to have the batteries on a personal cassette player start to run out, as the music slows by a noticeable couple of BPM and Bruce Dickinson’s vocals... Read More . In the past, you couldn’t go anywhere without seeing someone wearing those headphones with the Walkman tucked into their belt buckle. As with anything, technology evolved, people moved on. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da.It’s not the only geeky thing to have once been the talk of the town, only to have faded into irrelevance now. Let’s take a moment and … [Read more...] about 7 Technologies That Came and Went in the Last 15 Years
Society is faced with a profound dilemma – one that is sharpened considerably by the twin threats of financial crisis and climate change. The dilemma is this: to resist economic growth is to risk economic and social collapse, but to pursue it is to endanger the ecosystems on which we depend for long-term survival. For a long time this problem has gone unrecognised in mainstream policy or in public debate. When reality begins to impinge on the collective consciousness, the best suggestion offered has been to somehow separate growth from its material impacts (and continue to do so while the economy expands exponentially.) But this proposition has to be tested. Against historical reality, technological possibility, demand for future resources, ecological targets, and the social and economic forces that drive society forwards. The analysis by Chris Goodall described in the Guardian this week is an essential starting point to address the most critical question of all: can a society … [Read more...] about ‘Peak stuff’ message is cold comfort – we need to embrace green technology
One day in March, Johannes Vogel joined the students demonstrating at a Fridays for Future demonstration at Invalidenpark in downtown Berlin. Vogel heads the city's renowned Natural History Museum, just 200 meters down the road. As he observed how the young people were showing a great interest in the scientific approach to climate change, he spontaneously decided to invite the students to visit the museum after the protest, he told DW. The practice has turned into a tradition. Every Friday, the museum offers the young climate protesters free workshops led by experts on climate matters. The director has already booked the participating scientists for 2020. Read more: Berlin breaks ground on a new museum for 20th-century art "For Nature" is in fact the Berlin museum's new motto. Unlike fine arts museums or collections of classical antiques, the museum is linked to the issue by its very nature. Director Vogel and his team, however, see the museum as a … [Read more...] about How environmentally sustainable are Germany’s museums?
KL Rahul smashed his way to 91 in the 3rd T20I against West Indies. © AFP India opener KL Rahul feels the series-sealing win over West Indies was a good learning experience in setting up big totals, something his team has not been able to do consistently. Rahul slammed a match-winning 91 as India won the series-decider by 67 runs in Mumbai on Wednesday. India have been good chasers but don't often set big targets. But on Wednesday night, India posted a mammoth 240 for three as Rahul, skipper Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma hit explosive half-centuries.Rahul was expectedly asked about India's inability to post big scores on a regular basis."I don't know really the exact answer to that, but we are looking to work on first innings if whenever we have to bat (and) start the innings. At times, we have tried to get...we start off thinking we want more than 200 or that's T20 cricket nowadays, no total is enough, you always feel like you are 10-15 runs short," he said."So at times we … [Read more...] about India vs West Indies: KL Rahul Says India “Looking To Work On” Batting First In T20Is