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Resources: Peak Soil (10/15/13 10:28)

Many experts believe the depletion of nutrients in our soil is responsible for many of the degenerative diseases that are more prevalent now than they were in our ancestors.

Memory Competition (10/11/13 13:18)

Research from Japan shows that chimpanzees are way ahead of humans in complex memory tests.

Food: Horrenduos Waste (10/09/13 08:04)

Globally, food waste is rising to 50 percent as developing nations struggle with spoilage and Western nations simply toss edible food away.

Photonic Molecules (10/01/13 15:46)

A group at the Harvard-MIT Center for Ultracold Atoms have managed to coax light photons into binding together to form molecules--a state of matter that, until recently, had been purely theoretical.

Energy: German Screw-Up (09/10/13 16:41)

Germany's agressive and reckless expansion of wind and solar power has come with a hefty pricetag for consumers, and the costs often fall disproportionately on the poor. Government advisors are calling for a completely new start.

Energy: Nucleaur Fusion (09/05/13 17:47)

Is Europe's nuclear fusion experiment melting down - asks Scott Belinksi of

Renewables (08/26/13 18:25)

Scientists have managed--with a simple solar cell--to convert almost five percent of solar energy into the chemical form of hydrogen.  Google translation

Wireless Infrastructure (08/12/13 18:23)

The city of Gumi, South Korea has debuted a wirelessly charged electric bus, becoming yet another municipality to embrace induction charging.

Fossil Fuels (07/25/13 11:10)

Oil and gas exploration is getting bigger, deeper, faster and more efficient, with new technology chipping away at “peak oil” concerns.

Hightech: Levitation (07/21/13 16:43)

Researchers are able to make particles, liquid droplets, and even toothpicks fly in mid-air by letting them ride on acoustic waves.


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