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Fri, May 17, 2013 2:00 PM
Harvard researchers have found a way to shape microscopic crystals into complex and often beautiful structures.
50 technology companies will compete in the clean technology 'Oscars.'
The good, the smart and the funny.
MNN hops on board trains and trolleys in four U.S. cities to see if they're on the right track.
Stimulus funds have kept healthcare and education afloat. No such luck for America's bus and light-rail riders.
Passive solar heating makes a comeback at San Francisco gathering.
This week's Washington, D.C., train accident was horrific, but it's not a reason to stay away from light-rail trains. Cars cause a lot more carnage.
Despite lawsuits, the DOE awards the all-electric auto manufacturer its first big government loan.
The Department of Energy helps out car companies to the tune of billions of dollars.
A few miles from Washington's Interstate 90 is a pristine waterfall. At the base sit two old analog TVs and a computer monitor.
Tesla has delivered 500 cars, welcomed an investment from Daimler, and is even poised to make a profit. But there's still that nasty lawsuit from a company cofounder. This week, CEO Elon Musk responds to Martin Eberhard's charges.
Strong, light nanoengineered concrete in development at MIT could accomplish one-fifth of the Kyoto Protocol goal.
Ever wondered what it was like to drive a Lamborghini, Ferrari or Aston-Martin? Me too.
Closing Times Square to vehicle traffic may prove to be the best idea New York City officials have had in a while.
Two fair trade pioneers get into the carbon market.
'Because it's not about Right or Left, it's about Right and Wrong.'
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.