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Fish scales turned into biodegradable power producers
September 12, 2016 00:56 by Somanath Yadavalli
Fish scales have the ability to power electronic devices with the help of a special property. Scientists have developed energy harvesters from these scales. 

December 20, 2015 23:06 by Somanath Yadavalli
There could be many low-tech climate solutions. But, here is the new low-tech climate solution, the carbon farming. Lima-Paris Action Agenda brings the carbon farming. 

Owl Wings
Owl Wings Inspire To Design Silent Wind Turbines
July 12, 2015 13:10 by Somanath Yadavalli
We do hear that the wind turbines are noisy and have to limit the speed of their rotation. Nevertheless, owl wings have made researchers to design silent wind turbines. 

A Simple Test To Predict Risk Of Heart Attack
June 10, 2015 16:51 by Somanath Yadavalli
Hand grip strength is a simple test to predict the risk of heart attack and stroke. Hand grip is better indicator of death than blood pressure.

Great Orme
National Trust Spends £1m To Protect An Archaeological Site
May 27, 2015 22:56 by Pooja Gupta 

National Trust has spent £1 million to secure an archaeological site. National Trust has taken amazing steps to secure the Great Orme. 
Panasonic Econavi Products Are The Best Eco-Friendly Products
May 26, 2015 22:28 by Pooja Gupta
Panasonic has produced excellent Eco-friendly products for its customers. It saves power and cuts down electricity bills. The technology used is Panasonic Econavi. 

Blood Donation
Scientists Find An Enzyme That Can Change Blood Type
May 26, 2015 11:53 by Somanath Yadavalli
Researchers have discovered an enzyme that can make everybody a 'Universal' blood donors. The fascinating thing about this is that it allows you to change the blood type.

LED Bulb
LED Bulbs Could Defend Humans From Malaria
May 21, 2015 14:33 by Somanath Yadavalli
LED bulbs can help prevent diseases caused by insects. Scientists from Philips prove that the new blue-free LED bulbs can prevent malaria caused by mosquitoes. 

Coffee Mug
Teen Powers Your Gadgets From A Hot Coffee Mug
April 28, 2015 21:19 by Somanath Yadavalli
Ann Makosinski had unleashed the power in you and charged a flashlight. Now, she developed a new technology called the E-Drink, which powers your gadgets from a hot coffee cup. 

Plastic Recycle
The Contemporary Recycling Technology Of Plastic Without Water
April 3, 2015 19:22 by Somanath Yadavalli
Recycling of plastic has never been so Eco-friendly. The new technology uses no water for recycling plastic. 

Bombardier Beetle
Bombardier Beetle Defense Mechanism in Anti-theft
January 21, 2015 16:31 by Somanath Yadavalli
The anti-theft technology inspired by beetle. ETH department of chemistry designed a film from the process of this beetle defense mechanism.
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SunJack Solar Charger 
May 1, 2014 16:42 by Somanath Yadavalli 
SunJack solar chargers are the best things to charge your Smartphones while traveling. Know how SunJack solar chargers work and advantages of having it.
http://mightyeco.blogspot.com/2014/04/trees-may-be-future-energy-storage.html
Trees May Be The Future Energy Storage Devices
April 14, 2014 23:55 by Somanath Yadavalli
The biggest clampdown in many electrical devices is energy storage. In future, supercapacitors with high power energy storage capacity that enable effective and recharging. 
http://mightyeco.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-role-of-nanotubes-in-bionic-plants.html
The Role Of Nanotubes In Bionic Plants 
March 25, 2014 21:17 by Somanath Yadavalli
Bionic plants and their importance and the role of nanotubes in the process of photosyntheseis in plant chloroplast.



http://mightyeco.blogspot.com/2014/03/which-is-eco-friendly-electric-stove-or.htmlWhich is Eco-Friendly, an electric stove or a gas?
March 27, 2014 17:00 by Somanath Yadavalli
Want to cook food in kitchen? Which is Eco-Friendly, an electric stove or a gas? Check here for more.




http://mightyeco.blogspot.com/2014/04/eco-sidewalks-in-netherlands-eat-urban.htmlEco Sidewalks in Netherlands Eat Urban Smog
April 01, 2014 00:10 by Somanath Yadavalli
Sidewalks in Netherlands can eat smog and reduce air pollution. But how can they do that? Check here for more.






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Somanath Yadavalli is 19 year old guy, who is pursuing his B.Tech (Electronics and Communication Engineering) in The National Institute of Engineering, Mysore, Karnataka, India. He is managing several blogs from his own living room. His passion is to do something for his planet. Read more...

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