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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 11:30 AM
The nanoscale structures would propel themselves into tight spaces that other treatments can't reach.
2 big announcements from Plastic Logic make the E-reader a top contender in the turf war for digital paper dominion.
The Energy Detective (TED) will tweet your home's 'energy spikes' in real time.
GNR: Obama halts mining at the Grand Canyon, Exxon says 'No' to cleanup in Ecuador, a new label on Walmart products.
Chevy hopes to capture VOLT enthusiasts-to-be with a new online social network. Will it work?
Used cars are more than an option for many these days, but there are sharks in the water. Here are some tips for smart shoppers. (And it's a great time to consider a used hybrid, too.)
Put down the Prozac.
A San Diego company is trying to find an eco-friendly way to recharge electric vehicles.
From an eco-city in China to 'towers of power' in Spain and California, some good news from the green frontier.
An array of handy gadgets to get you closer to Mother Nature.
New Harvard study demonstrates a massive, untapped source of renewable energy in the United States.
According to a patent application recently released, Microsoft founder Bill Gates is proposing a plan to calm hurricanes.
The 'Black & White' clock uses organic LEDs to shift brightness according a room's ambient light levels.
Discovery at Ohio University may result in cheap hydrogen derived from urea.
Tomorrow's cars will be cleaner and greener, but they will also bristle with high-tech features to make driving easier and safer.
The city of L.A. announces plans to go coal-free by 2020, causing a new plant to be scrapped.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.