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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.
One Danish Island goes from carbon hog to carbon hero in just 10 years.
Screen printed plastic nano-capacitors could spell the end of the battery as we know it.
New thin film nanotechnology can electrify just about any surface, including your glasses.
A consensus is emerging in support of a price floor for gasoline, but getting it through Congress may be difficult. And will Obama expend capital on the idea?
Why waste paper and fuel when you can email instead?
Electronic faxing is faster, easier and saves trees.
A new widget maps the emerging 'Slow Food Nation' and shows you where to eat local, organic food.
Ancient Japanese secret provides a beautiful wall surface that soaks up toxic compounds in the air.
California's "Not in my Can!" can-paign features our favorite grouchy, green puppet warning about the hazards of mercury.
Does Intel need to diversify beyond microprocessors? So says its former chairman, Andy Grove.
Tree-friendly book lovers rejoice by planting trees for each book read.
The findings are in. The growing green sector will create more than 2 million new, permanent jobs.
The Chevrolet Volt and plug-in Prius got all the ink, but the Chinese BYD F3DM made it on the market first.
Who knew you could paddle from the Burbank Airport to the Long Beach port?
New, safer batteries will have low production costs and longer lives.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.