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    • Thermocline System Provides Cheap, Efficient Solar Energy Storage (Solar Novus Today)- December 3, 2012
    • The University of Arkansas' invention represents progress from conventional thermal energy storage methods like tanks of molten salt or beds of packed rock. "We are trying to come up with energy storage systems for high temperatures - up to 600 ... More...
    • World-Class Researcher (University of Dayton - News Home)- December 3, 2012
    • 28, for Dilip Ballal, an internationally renowned University of Dayton fuels researcher who directed the Hans von Ohain Fuels and Combustion Center at the University of Dayton. Visitation will be from 1 to 2 p.m., with services beginning at 2 p.m. at ... More...
    • A 'Sisyphus' method for cooling trapped molecules (Phys.org)- November 22, 2012
    • The investigation of ultracold molecules is of great interest for a number of problems. It could lead to a better understanding of chemical reactions in astrophysics. Ensembles of ultracold molecules could be used as quantum simulators, single molecules as quantum bits for storage of quantum information. More...
    • Controlling heat flow through a nanostructure (MIT News)- November 19, 2012
    • Understanding the factors that control this coherence could, in turn, lead to better ways of breaking that coherence and reducing the conduction of heat, Chen says. This would be desirable in thermoelectric devices to harness unused heat energy in ... More...
    • Yildiz Bayazitoglu, Ph.D. Receives Highest Honor from the SWE (pddnet.com)- November 14, 2012
    • The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is pleased to announce Yildiz Bayazitoglu, Ph.D., from Rice University as the recipient of the 2012 Achievement Award. She is being honored for charting new territory for women in mechanical engineering and for creating novel solutions to both theoretical and practical problems in thermal science. More...