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Tue, Dec 10, 2013 4:35 PM
The garment utilizes the technology used in lie-detector tests to read a person's mood. The sweater then reflects those emotions in its rather large LED collar.
Eco-photos of the week: Nov. 8-14
A quiet deal between two of the world's leading energy technology clusters puts Copenhagen at the new center of the expanding cleantech universe.
Cleveland start-up Tremont Electric harnesses human energy (and stored fat) to power up electronic devices.
After an attempted armed robbery, three crooks make off … in a Toyota Prius.
DIY microscope made with $10 of off-the-shelf parts could be a valuable medical tool in developing countries.
At FarmVille, digital farming is far more profitable than the real thing -- $150 million in 2009!
BMW fine-tunes its marketing plan with a better understanding of America's evolving consumers. Apparently, sustainability is a big value.
This is an experiment. Please leave your 1 word reaction to the following climate video from Tck Tck Tck.
Old-school and new-school boosters of high-speed rail duke it out over best way to use stimulus funds.
U.S. National Inventors Hall of Famer Robert H. Rines was a lawyer, composer, inventor and physicist.
Sarah Backhouse reports on Opportunity Green, California's leading conference on sustainable business.
Wood iPhone case by Vers helps protect phones and forests at the same time.
You risk your life when stepping off the curb in these metro areas -- all in the South. Isn't it about time we took protecting walkers and bikers seriously?
A model for future carbon calculators, Bloom offers a wide array of 'carbon seeds' visualizing how little actions can add up to something big.
Which one is greener?
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.