Inventor Borrows Ideas from Nature to Tackle Key Societal Challenges
Dr Angela Belcher, a materials chemist and one of the world's leading scientists in nanotechnology was announced today as the recipient of the 2013 $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize.
A Greener State of Mind in 2013
New Year's resolutions aren't for everybody, but they make a good starting point for anyone wanting to make positive changes in their lives.
Go Green in the Garden With Xeriscaping, Solarization and Succulents
A home's landscape gives a house much of its character.
A Beginner's Guide to Superfund Cleanup
If you've recently started researching the terms "Superfund site" or "Superfund cleanup" you'll be inundated with scientific and governmental tomes heavy with incomprehensible jargon.
Self-Charging Power Cell Converts and Stores Energy in a Single Unit
Researchers have developed a self-charging power cell that directly converts mechanical energy to chemical energy, storing the power until it is released as electrical current.
Did London Live Up to Its Claim of Being the 'Greenest Olympics Ever'?
The 2012 London Olympic organizers aimed it to be the "greenest Olympics ever," according to CNN.
EARTH: Carbon and the city
In 2010, the world reached a milestone: The number of people living in urban areas reached 50 percent.
Honda, Hyundai, Nissan and Subaru Join Suppliers Partnership for the Environment
The Suppliers Partnership for the Environment (SP) today announced that American Honda Motor Company, Hyundai America Technical Center, Nissan North America and Subaru of America have become members of SP.
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