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Chalmers University of Technology
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Chalmers is a highly progressive university situated in Gothenburg, Sweden known locally and globally for education, research and innovation with a wide range of applications.


Graphene film for efficient cooling of electronics
23 July, 2015
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have developed a method for efficiently cooling electronics using graphene-based film. The film has a thermal conductivity capacity that is four times that of copper. Moreover, the graphene film is attachable to electronic components made of silicon, which favours the film’s performance compared to typical graphene characteristics shown in previous, similar experiments.
Thermo-tolerant yeast can provide more climate-smart ethanol
21 October, 2014
With a simple mutation, yeast can grow in higher than normal temperatures. Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology demonstrate findings which may result in ethanol being more effectively manufactured for vehicle fuel, as well as increase the possibility of using residual waste as a raw material.
Assessing damage to steel-reinforced concrete from salting winter roads
11 November, 2012
Swedish scientists have studied models to help road and bridge maintenance engineers work out how much damage salting the roads in winter might cause to steel-reinforced concrete structures.
 
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