A clever team of four teenage girls recently assembled a working generator that’s turns a single liter of urine into 6 hours of electricity.
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The problem isn’t a lack of food, it’s a lack of know-how, connection, and infrastructure to get it into the hands of those who need it. That’s where mobile apps come in.
Representing a new twist on the successful tech incubator model, Fledge helps create and accelerate companies hoping to serve conscious consumers.
Get a comparison of some of the most popular cell phone recycling schemes in the United States.
Tired of bulky life-support systems that could breakdown mid-mission, NASA recently proposed a more watery approach.
Herbicides are great in theory, but they end up killing lots of things besides their intended target. According one technology startup, the best alternative might come in the form of weed-pulling robots.
An informative video and fact sheet refutes the most commonly circulated myths about smart meters.
A U.S.-backed program puts vehicle-to-vehicle communication devices in 3,000 Michigan cars, testing systems that could make driving safer.
Check out these three technologically-enhanced garments that in the future could help to improve the health of the wearer.
California high speed rail passes a major hurdle via approved funding for the first segment, but many challenges still loom.
Not all autonomous robots are designed for violence or espionage.
Apple’s tough week continues with Greenpeace reacting skeptically to the company’s claims it will run its data centers off renewable energy.
Smart meters, despite their technological usefulness, are said by some to raise health concerns such as insomnia and nausea. Is this a legitimate concern?
Half sea-station, half sailing ship, the SeaOrbiter is designed to facilitate continuous observation of the underwater world without disrupting underwater ecosystems.