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The Artificial Inorganic Leaf (AIL) may unlock the secrets to producing cheap, clean hydrogen by mimicking the photosynthetic structure of the leaf.
Two college students have developed a method for capturing energy lost to potholes and other rough surfaces.
Eco-photos of the week: March 21-27
Eco-photos of the week: March 14-20
Finally a way to keep your iPhone from bonking out midday ... a solar-powered case called the Solar Surge by Novothink.
PC users who have hooked up this USB-powered charger may have a Trojan performing covert actions on their computers.
Eco-photos of the week: March 7-13
Logorama wins Oscar for best animated short and provides an over-the-top and on-the-mark commentary about the corporate takeover of the American landscape.
When dolphin activist Ric O'Barry held up the 'Text Dolphin' sign, 'The Cove' producers got the boot during their Oscar acceptance speech.
The CeBIT Technology Fair, touted as the world's foremost tradeshow for the digital industry, kicked off March 1 in Hanover, Germany, to the delight of tech geeks everywhere.
Eco-photos of the week: Feb. 28-March 6
RISDE student comes up with a simple solution to energy-sucking devices -- a self-ejecting plug.
What product took top honors at the green geek's conference? Matt Hickman reports.
Apple tried to go green at this week's shareholders meeting, but the meeting erupted into a debate about climate change, stalling progress.
Eco-photos of the week: Feb. 21-27
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.