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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.
Amazonian jungles reveal the secret of El Dorado's wealth -- biochar.
Thousands of bloggers attempt to raise $1 million to protect threatened landscapes.
With Segway's help, General Motors enters the personal mobility business -- with a tilting vehicle that resembles a tricked-out wheelchair.
Inventions and breakthroughs of the last century that green our lives
Thinking of buying a used car? Join the club. New car sales have fallen by six million in two years. In troubled times, here are some smart choices.
The 'City of Light' announces plan to produce 50 percent of its energy from algae.
MIT scientists engineer a virus to produce eco-friendly, water based bio-battery.
Hip, new website lets you chose a charitable donation with each purchase.
Interior Secretary Salazar states off-shore wind could replace all U.S. coal plants.
Play the NASONEX allergy game, and American Forests will plant a hypo-allergenic tree for you.
Climate-challenged piggy bank urges closing of the 'carbon pollution loophole.'
Solyndra lands first big DOE loan guarantee to the tune of $535 million.
Despite recent breakthroughs, experts say batteries still aren't cheap, long lasting, and safe enough for mass production.
Henrik Fisker says he'll complement his glamorous $80,000 Karma with a scaled-down, wallet-friendly high-performance hybrid — if he can get a government loan to build a factory.
Al Gore, step aside. Saul Griffith has a slideshow that makes 'Inconvenient Truth' look like a warmup.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.