Electromagnetic energy travels through space in the form of electrical and magnetic waves.
If Leftover Candy could power a Cellphone
November 7, 2016
Halloween has come and gone, and if your Halloween candy bowl looks like mine, all of the Kit Kats, Twix and Butterfingers are long gone, leaving nothing but the junky candy that you might spend the next month lacklusterly picking over.
So this year, I thought I might see what other things we could theoretically do with the energy stored in those spare sweets.
Find out how High Point University students helped discover a rare pulsar star system.
North Carolina Has Big Decisions Coming in the Future of Emissions and Offshore Energy
October 26, 2015
There are more than 2,300 wind turbines spinning away and creating energy off the coasts of 11 European countries. A large number of those turbines are located in the North and Irish seas. One reason for that is because the winds blowing across those bodies of water are not only strong but also sustained.
It’s the same reason wind energy companies are eyeing the North Carolina coast as a possible location for wind farms. But that begs the question: just how much wind does a wind farm, or at least a wind turbine, need?
UNC-TV Science Week In Review: August 29, 2013
The Glowing Filament