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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 2:50 PM
The mixed signals of dazzle camouflage cause insects' eyes to think that an object is both drawing closer and retreating.
Volkswagen is quick to market after adopting the ultra-clean BlueTec engine developed by Mercedes.
The plasma TV is fast replacing the fridge as the biggest home energy hog, but help is on the way.
Amidst a sea of 'green' at the 2008 LA Auto Show, there was one major stand out...and it was blue.
Imagine five million people agreeing to pre-pay for plug-in hybrids. If community-supported agriculture (CSAs) can do it for local food, why not this novel concept for jump-starting green cars?
California-based RoofRay eliminates complex calculations and lets home owners have accurate solar modeling at their finger tips.
Volvo researches the locust brain to understand its amazing ability to avoid collision.
New compressed-air vehicles could blow away traffic pollution.
The Big Three auto honchos are driving to DC with grim prospects. But letting them descend into bankruptcy is not a good deal for America -- particularly when a greener day is dawning.
Trinity AFS promises 150 MPG.
For Tony Perkins, the leading edge guru of technology, green is the new gold.
UCLA introduces Personal Environmental Impact Reporting
Sleek new tech and designs are making solar power cooler than ever
Hi-tech radio manufacturer Eton teams up with Red Cross for emergency preparedness.
Innovative technology saves 70% on heating and cooling costs.
The era of high-performance PEV's takes off.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.