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Energy: Zero-Impact Island (05/08/14 11:02)

Two hundred miles off the coast of Spain, a small island marked by a massive volcanic crater is about to become a case study for an ultramodern, zero impact society.

Renewables (05/08/14 11:01)

A Shanghai-based engineering company could solve housing crises.

Renewables: Solar Agave (05/01/14 11:06)

Solar farms are typically built in sun-soaked deserts, both to maximize the amount of radiation collected and to prevent interference with agricultural enterprises. Very few biofuel crops could thrive in this harsh environment, but the wonder plant agave is a happy exception.

Energy: Fire Ice (04/23/14 17:24)

The world is addicted to hydrocarbons, and it's easy to see why--cheap, plentiful and easy to mine, they represent an abundant energy source to fuel industrial development the world over.

Green Energy (04/21/14 12:45)

A wind turbine encased in a giant helium balloon is about to break a world record.

Materials (04/17/14 10:39)

"Weird" behaviour by silver superlattices leads to self-assembly; in other words a minuscule machine.

Resource Efficiency (04/13/14 10:46)

German scientists have developed a chemical crosslinking reaction that ensures short-term healing properties of polymer materials.

Graphene Speed-up (04/13/14 10:44)

A new method synthesizes large-area graphene into a single crystal on a semiconductor, maintaining its electric and mechanical properties. The new method repeatedly synthesizes single crystal graphene on the current semiconductor wafer scale, thus paving the road to commercialization.

Recycling (04/06/14 12:36)

German scientists are discovering rich deposits of raw materials and rare metals within the country's landfills.  Google translation

The New Graphene (03/28/14 11:29)

It has not been made yet. But physical chemists have made one unit of a boron cluster, called B36, and detailed its interesting structure on a supercomputer. They claim that "a boron-based competitor to graphene is a very real possibility.”


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