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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.
Mad science? By combining the brains of two different species, one scientist hopes to create a hybrid bird which can be taught to sing.
Nature Bridge reaches out to urban kids and connects them to the great outdoors.
Eco-photos of the week: Oct. 18-24
Well only for a few minutes. But those few minutes were enough to confuse the heck out of Fox News. Watch this.
Denmark's EnergyMap hopes to educate the world about the best clean energy and energy-efficiency solutions.
Postal III video game takes aim at PETA and Al Gore... Has 'green fatigue' turned into anti-green rage?
Electric cars and hybrids are rising in popularity, but a few kinks persist.
A new, hip educational group called ACE leads high school assemblies that inspire kids to take action on climate change.
Saturday is the International Day of Climate Action. Here's the rap encouraging you to join in.
Barnes & Noble announces the Nook, an e-Reader that matches the Kindle in price but includes full color.
The FBI says a scientist who tried to sell classified secrets to Israel had worked on the U.S. government's Star Wars missile shield program.
My trip to the Norrebro Brewhouse proved that the tastiest brews in Denmark might also help to save the planet.
To get it into fleets at Coca-Cola, Frito-Lay and FedEx, the Indiana auto veterans at Bright Automotive are hoping for a federal loan.
A group of high school students from Philadelphia is on a mission to prove that it doesn't take an automotive giant to build a fuel-efficient car.
Regen gives solar power a high-design finish. The result: $40,000 from the Consumer Electronics Association.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.