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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 1:28 PM
Natural Machines says its Foodini will soon be printing homemade pizza in your kitchen, and it's just one of many 3-D food printers in development.
The Elements hotel chain is the latest business to create a green image by offering electric car charging.
Eco-photos of the week: Nov. 29-Dec. 5
Finland's cleantech sector traces innovative industry back to ancient roots.
There's an evolutionary reason why women love to shop and men loathe it.
Dr. Sudhir Paul and a group of private funders are banking on a revolutionary approach to creating a vaccine for HIV.
GM's old-guard CEO was likely pushed out by an impatient board, which will now look outside the company for his replacement. (Somebody like Ford's Alan Mulally would be nice.)
Bike-centric Danes team with California company to install wind-fueled charging stations for vehicles.
'Cyber Monday' results in 33% spending surge, but Scroogenomics author warns of billions in waste.
Swedish researchers make cellulose prototype that is more environmentally friendly and holds a charge longer than a typical battery.
L.A. show, opening this week, features some intriguing green concept cars ... and they're already headed for production.
Oak Ridge, Tenn., is now home to Jaguar, the world's fastest computer.
Scientists discover how the asparagus beetle can make its eggs stick to an otherwise slippery surface.
Naked mole rats aren't pretty, but their odd characteristics may be the source of major breakthroughs in cancer and stroke treatments for humans.
Natural vibrations from the environment could be harnessed as a clean source of energy to power electronic devices, say scientists.
Scientists use one of the most powerful lasers in the world to reproduce the way a stellar jet behaves when it slams into giant clouds of dust and gas.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.