Business

Suddenly everyone wants 'super-hot' heat pumps

SINTEF has developed the world's "hottest" heat pump together with its industrial partners and colleagues at NTNU. It recently held its third conference on the topic of high-temperature heat pumps.

Computer Sciences

Creating tools to open up programming languages to multiple users

Programming languages are used by a variety of end-users, with different knowledge and experience. These languages usually offer a single user interface or syntax, while it is important to offer different interfaces depending ...

Consumer & Gadgets

Chatbot can explain apps and how they access hardware or data

Chatbots have already become a part of our everyday lives with their quick and intuitive way to complete tasks like scheduling and finding information using natural language conversations. Researchers at Aalto University ...

Consumer & Gadgets

Seagate's Mach.2 is the fastest hard drive out there

Seagate has been working toward developing a dual-actuator hard drive, meaning that the drive will contain two sets of independently controlled read/write heads. Now, after several years, the company has released its first ...

Energy & Green Tech

Making local energy markets smarter

One of Europe's main challenges is creating a low-carbon energy system that's efficient and secure. Our electricity networks in particular need to be upgraded to a system of highly efficient, flexible networks that match ...

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