JAL plans Japan’s first waste-to-fuel plant
Robot lends a literal helping hand
Ireland physicists just discovered a totally new form of light
LED traffic lights trouble in winter because they don’t melt … here might be a solution.
Panasonic has developed an image sensor 100 times as sensitive to light as existing technology.
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Australian develops diminutive wind turbine for household energy
The United Arab Emirates Plans to Build a City on Mars
Japan railway plans lighter, less power hungry bullet train
Researchers find genes in algae that could stop coral bleaching
New Alzheimer’s drug trial clears toxic brain proteins & slows memory loss
The Niwa Smart Growing System
Americans still aren’t ready for their bio-enhanced future says new survey.
Is this the oldest plant on Earth?
Earth’s atmosphere is slowly leaking oxygen.
Electric fork adds taste to salt-free meal
Japanese lunar lander to be built by Mitsubishi Electric
Girl, 12, lands patent for can-separating recycling bin.
Green Building Done It Right
Pedal, solar power aims to be the new hybrid
Scientists have finally figured out how cancer spreads through the bloodstream
Scientists have discovered that the forces controlling the behaviour of a black hole’s event horizon are also at play in superfluid helium
Australia winemakers battle against warming
It’s one of LG’s most impressive displays of screen technology yet: a 55-inch OLED panel that’s just 0.97mm thick and weighs just 1.9kg (4.1 pounds).
A Solar-Powered Desalination Plant
Renewable energy now is greater than all other forms of new power generation
Parasites could be influencing the way you think.
A new liquid crystal can triple the sharpness of tv and computer screens
Fontus is a self-filling water bottle for your bicycle.
Tesla home battery reservations started.
The Nike Free Climb shoe.
Designer Jim Tirone cleverly uses Nike’s existing technology feasibility to create a shoe for vertical rock climbing/trekking
Nubia announces first eye-scan smartphone
Red Herring 100 Asia Prize
2,100-year-old human skeleton has been found at the Antikythera shipwreck
EcoAppsFree on the App Store on iTunes, another must have eco app!
An inexpensive bipolar alkaline electrolyser
This Australian street grows its own food.
How scientists are using the world’s most controversial quantum computer
Meet Modern Meadow: A no-slaughter leather startup
The smallest inflatable in the world that increases water safety.
Scotland generated more than half of its electricity in 2015 from renewables – Next goal: 100%.
An inconvenient truth about China’s green car industry.
Robots can pass the human vs. AI test just by staying quiet
Sharp has invented a machine that it says can count the bacteria, mold spores and other microbes in the air in about 10 minutes.