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Natural Resources: Horrendous Waste (03/27/13 17:56)

Each day, fishermen throw away countless tons of unintentionally caught marine animals, many of them dead or dying.

Renewables: Artificial Leafs (03/27/13 17:54)

MIT professor Daniel Nocera claims to have created an artificial leaf, made from stable and inexpensive materials, which mimics nature's photosynthesis process.

Energy: The Cost Of Accidents (03/19/13 20:33)

Catastrophic nuclear accidents, like Chernobyl in 1986 or Fukushima No. 1 in 2011, are very rare, we’re incessantly told, and their probability of occurring infinitesimal. But when they do occur, they get costly. So costly that the French government, when it came up with cost estimates, kept them secret.

Cuttinge Edge (03/19/13 20:32)

Here are 11 emerging scientific fields that may forge the future.

Renewables: Algae and CO₂ (03/10/13 12:03)

A scientist has developed a lighting system that requires no electricity for power. Instead it draws CO₂ from the atmosphere and uses it to produce light as well as oxygen as a byproduct. The key ingredient to this eco-friendly light is Algae.

Recycling: Electricity From Thin Air (02/21/13 18:19)

A German student has built an electromagnetic harvester that recharges an AA battery by soaking up ambient, environmental radiation.

Antibiotic Apocalypse? (02/17/13 13:07)

The rise in drug resistant infections is comparable to the threat of global warming, according to the chief medical officer for England.

Graphene Flagship (02/07/13 19:28)

The European Commission has chosen Graphene as one of Europe’s first 10-year, 1,000 million Euro flagships.

Virtual Immortality (02/03/13 12:12)

Immortality may be the sole domain of the gods. But “virtual immortality” is fast-becoming the domain of groundbreaking stem cell therapies, scientists claim.

3-D Architecture & Printing (01/29/13 19:34)

One surface folded in an endless möbius band. Floors transform into ceilings, inside into outside. Production with innovative 3D printing techniques. Architecture of continuity with an endless array of applicability.


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