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taviso/cefdebug: Minimal code to connect to a CEF debugger.
electron/CEF sometimes gets shipped with debugger enabled despite being a release build. Sometimes is wayyyy too often. This checks if a particular electron has the debugger enabled...
electron  debugger  presence  tester  checker  softwaree  sysadmin  security  tools  utilities  hacking  pentesting 
8 days ago by asteroza
Center for Electromicrobiology
Interesting research into electroactive bacteria, and the microstructures they build for electron transport. Lots of interesting avenues from bimimicry of the materials for new macro scale materials, to engineered geobacter for sensors
geobactor  cable  electroactive  bacteria  biology  materials  science  research  technology  biomimicry  wire  electron  transport 
july 2019 by asteroza
Advanced Technologies – Cambridge Vacuum Engineering
Semi-portable electron beam welder that uses a local vacuum over the weld site, Cammel Laird is trialing it for shipbuilding applications...
electron  beam  welder  local  vacuum  manufacturing  technology 
april 2019 by asteroza
Bacterial Nanobionics via 3D Printing - Nano Letters (ACS Publications)
So 3D printing aligned cynobacteria with graphene boosts spare/extra photocurrent collection 8X. In this case they painted the setup onto a mushroom as a convenient scaffold/host.
biohybrid  bionic  cynobacteria  graphene  photocurrent  collection  power  generator  materials  science  biology  research  technology  nanotechnology  nanoribbon  extracellular  electron  transport  3D  printing  fabbing  symbiosis 
november 2018 by asteroza
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Using mag fields to align magnetic nanoparticles in an electrode to improve electron paths, for higher peak battery output.
materials  science  research  technology  battery  energy  storage  lithium  ion  magnetic  nanoparticle  alignment  electrode  electron  path  management  peak  discharge 
october 2018 by asteroza
Min | A smarter, faster web browser
Wait, this minimal browser users electron under the hood, which is basically chromium, which is basically webkit...
minimal  GUI  browser  electron  chromium  opensource  software  webkit  web 
october 2018 by asteroza
Transactions of the Symposium on Space Nuclear Power Systems, (5th) Held at Albuquerque, New Mexico on January 11, 1988. | National Technical Reports Library - NTIS
The PDF contains info on wheelguns, giant counterrotating flywheel hoops in space to supply power to SDI weapons, mainly railguns/particle accelerator cannons/free electron lasers that need huge amounts of power right now. Appears to expect to be trickle charged over time by a small space nuclear reactor (SNAP? atomic teakettle?). Also has an interesting microwave power beaming scenario from a nuke in mars synchronous orbit to a ground rover, high performance radiators, including a fabric heatpipe radiator, a curie point magnetic liquid droplet radiator, and other power conversion concepts.
SDI  wheelgun  space  counterrotating  flywheel  hoop  energy  storage  power  generator  FEL  free  electron  laser  railgun  neutraal  particle  accelerator  cannon  military  WPT  microwave  transmission  mars  MSO  rectenna  rotating  loop  pulsed  fabric  radiator  heat  thermal  management 
march 2018 by asteroza
Sourcegraph Editor
Fork of VisualStudio Code that apparently has some fancy pants code intelligence via a language queryable server that has additional smarts, and knowledge of other opensource software
visualstudio  code  ditor  software  fork  electron 
september 2017 by asteroza
Terahertz-driven linear electron acceleration : Nature Communications : Nature Publishing Group
Interesting new take on linear accelerators, possible x100 improvement leading to free electron x-ray lasers...
terahertz  RF  wave  linear  particle  electron  accelerator  physics  research  technology  hardware  electronics  devices  Delicious 
october 2015 by asteroza
Amorphous TiO2 coatings stabilize Si, GaAs, and GaP photoanodes for efficient water oxidation
Using electron leaky titanium dioxides as a semiconductor coating that can pass electrons, a possible oxidizing side water photocracker to produce solar fuels.
materials  science  research  technology  artificial  photosynthesis  water  cracking  electrolysis  oxidation  Ti2  leaky  electron  photoanode  nickel  oxide  photocatalyst  solar  fuel  syngas  hydrogen  production  amorphous  Delicious 
june 2014 by asteroza
Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 134803 (2013): Laser-Based Acceleration of Nonrelativistic Electrons at a Dielectric Structure
Interesting zero to fast electron accelerator research, which would dovetail nicely with that recent work for accelerating near relativistic electrons. Surface waves, so surface plasmons?
fused  particle  technology  physics  silica  electron  grating  boost  laser  dielectric  research  accelerator  Delicious 
october 2013 by asteroza
Stanford, SLAC researchers demonstrate 'accelerator on a chip'
Interesting chip scale electron accelerator, but requires high input speed. Usable for a final stage in a multi-stage accelerator?
chip  particle  scale  technology  physics  electron  IR  boost  laser  research  accelerator  Delicious 
september 2013 by asteroza
Sciaky, Inc. | Electron Beam Welding | Direct Manufacturing | Additive Manufacturing.
Using electron beam welding experience, an electron beam metal fusion deposition manufacturing technique is interesting. But it sounds an awful lot like the electron beam gun welder is on a a 4 or 5 axis CNC arm?
fabber  FDM  metal  electron  3D  beam  additive  printer  Delicious 
march 2013 by asteroza
Cultivation of an Obligate Fe(II)-Oxidizing Lithoautotrophic Bacterium Using Electrodes
Looks like they got rust making bacteria to live without iron, by simply supplying them electricity (electron substitute for iron oxides) and their regular diet of CO2. Which means you now have the basic foundation for a synthetic biofuel production system with electricity and CO2 inputs, provided you can tweak the bacteria to output biofuels directly like alcohols or oils, to be skimmed from a vat.
electron  bacteria  biofuel  substitute  electricity  research  biology  Delicious 
february 2013 by asteroza
IEEE Xplore - Investigation of the Piezoelectric Effect as a Means to Generate X-Rays
Hey, look at that, a solid state x-ray source using all sorts of neat tricks to make it compact and on-off. I wonder if this could be used as the source for the beam in that clean fusion bomb...
accelerator  electron  health  medicine  source  portable  technology  research  science  materials  physics  generator  beam  X-Ray  xray  piezoelectric  state  solid  factor  form  small  compact  Delicious 
january 2013 by asteroza
Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 126806 (2012): Cloaking Core-Shell Nanoparticles from Conducting Electrons in Solids
Could this potentially be used as a high temperature superconductor alternative (or at least a super high conductivity material with very low resistance), since if you trick the electrons into believing that there is nothing hindering them, there might be no resistance?
electricity  nanotechnology  technology  research  science  naterials  effect  cloaking  electron  nanoparticle  shell  core  Delicious 
october 2012 by asteroza
Solar energy harvesting in the epicuticle of the oriental hornet (Vespa orientalis)
Hornets may have the equivalent of a dye sensitized solar cell embedded in their shell to provide auxiliary power and energy?!?
insect  solar  power  generator  xanthopterin  hornet  biology  electricity  electron  biophysics  physics  materials  science  research  technology  photosynthesis  dye  sensitized  Delicious 
december 2010 by asteroza
Stanford researchers find electrical current stemming from plants
Directly tapping algae cells with piercing gold electrodes to siphon off photosynthesis electrons for power. Scalable? Probably not, unless you can culture the algae cells directly on an electrode grid panel and make them stick.
algae  direct  electron  takeoff  cell  membrane  electrode  photosynthesis  green  energy  power  generator  biology  research  Delicious 
april 2010 by asteroza
Reisz Engineers - Huntsville, Alabama - Current Rocket Project
ECR is an alternative to ion cyclotron engines (ICR) such as the much touted VASIMR rocket engine. In theory it should be better in a some ways, in particular not using sacrificial electrodes.
Reisz  ECR  electron  cyclotron  resonance  rocket  engine  space  propulsion  alternative  VASIMR  Delicious 
march 2010 by asteroza
NASA - From Nothing, Something: One Layer at a Time
This might have application for structures than can handle having specific materials properties of a continuous melt metal, and for prevention of oxide formation, as well as the mentioned advanced composite structures.
NASA  EBF3  electron  beam  3D  printer  vacuum  fabber  fabbing  metal  melt  Delicious 
october 2009 by asteroza
New material could help cut future energy losses - University of Liverpool
buckyballs superconduct at room temps if the electron orbits are squeezed? I wonder how you go about doing the squeezing at a bulk level...
fulleride  c60  buckyball  nanotechnology  superconductor  superconductivity  Room  temperature  materials  science  research  technology  electron  orbit  squeeze  Delicious 
april 2009 by asteroza

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