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The dream of printing highly efficient solar cells is closer than ever to being realized. Solvent engineering has enabled the deposition of uniform perovskite semiconductor films that yield greater than 15% power-conversion efficiency.
But a new study by Concordia economics professor Ian Irvine shows that subsidizing EVs in the North American context will not reduce GHG emissions in the short-term, and may even increase them—at a cost to taxpayers. Recently published in Canadian Public.
people's' actions can be influenced by these subtle attitudes," the study said. The results come at the same time as the Smart Growth America's annual "Dangerous by Design 2014" report (PDF) showing the most dangerous U.S. Cities for pedestrians.
Compression tights are touted as enabling athletes to run faster and farther, while reducing injuries, but a new Nike-funded study—one that appears to have backfired on the clothing manufacturer—suggests these trendy items don’t work as advertised.