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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 11:30 AM
The nanoscale structures would propel themselves into tight spaces that other treatments can't reach.
Researchers develop a type of Victorian ear trumpet capable of listening at the molecular level.
RISDE student comes up with a simple solution to energy-sucking devices -- a self-ejecting plug.
Chemical material could speed clean-up at power plants by snapping its jaws at radioactive waste, leaving nontoxic byproducts alone.
Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi dons a chef's hat and creates the first handmade sushi roll in zero gravity.
Lexus will unveil its newest hybrid at this week's Geneva Motor Show.
Google announces breakthrough in mirror technology that could cut the costs of solar thermal power in half.
What product took top honors at the green geek's conference? Matt Hickman reports.
Digits -- the new live online show from the WSJ -- will feature daily snippets about the technology innovations rocking Wall Street.
Apple tried to go green at this week's shareholders meeting, but the meeting erupted into a debate about climate change, stalling progress.
Scientist accidentally discovers a strong response in mice brains to combinations of smell and hearing.
Yves Behar's battery car has modules that are the same front and back, making it cheaper to produce. A solar panel on the roof and LED lights? Of course!
Scientists concerned with the amount of debris orbiting Earth say it's time to clean up before a serious collision occurs.
Many local recycling programs don't pick up used tires, but they might have a tire recycling drop-off so those treads can be used as playground material or recycled into steel.
Eco-photos of the week: Feb. 21-27
Tesla Motors announces a new lease option for its electric supercar -- only $1,658 per month.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.