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Thu, Dec 12, 2013 8:30 AM
Sitting still for long periods of time playing video games may increase people's risk of developing life-threatening blood clots, doctors warn.
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.
Prince's Rainforests Project releases funny orangutan video and a stunning interactive e-book.
Pinemark launches green certification ... for people.
Farmville proves that digital goods could well be the most powerful tool for nonprofit funding.
A new breakthrough may bring silicon-air batteries to market in less than 5 years.
A new YouTube integrated map lets Appalachian communities speak out on mountaintop coal mining.
Detailed climate pledge 'map' allows climate negotiators and bloggers alike to keep track of climate promises.
Obama administration makes a big announcement about Copenhagen.
Scientists discover a way to identify male turkeys at an early age, potentially preventing the mass killings of male chicks.
How a German condom brand is using solar-powered cookers in South India to make green condoms.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.