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You often hear them before you see them. The American Pika is related to rabbits and hares. But they have round ears and no visible tail. Small enough to fit in your hand they blend in with their rocky surroundings and might dart unnoticed if not... Read More
Editor's Note: Tune in on Monday to our segment on Bloomberg West to hear the latest exciting news from Ecovative! Mushroom materials can be used for a variety of building applications, including insulation, structural insulating panels and... Read More
Sarah Forbes, a World Resources Institute Senior Associate, discusses what Carbon, Capture, and Storage (CCS) is. She explains the technology, process, and challenges to using CCS.
Our students produced a news story examining how Rutgers University researchers are using gliders to determine the effects of global warming in Antarctica.
Fission nuclear produces Gigawatts of power and has done so for 50 years and still gets no respect.
An innovative way to make and dispose of packaging: grow it and throw it back into your garden. This company is trying to revolutionize the way we make packaging. Like this idea? Vote for it, and maybe we'll feature it on TV.
Planet Forward
Tuesday's landslide victory for the Republicans could mean a significant change for the future of energy policy. Planet Forward host Frank Sesno sits down with President of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and former Congressman Dave McCurdy... Read More
International District Energy Association
Improving the efficiency of energy production from existing central power plants or heating plants with combined heat and power production technologies is a proven means to double the efficiency of fuel use. The fundamental rationale is presented by... Read More
International District Energy Association
By combining the production of thermal and electrical energy in central utility plants, district energy systems can reduce the demand on the public electrical grid, especially during peak load periods, while more than doubling the efficiency of fuel... Read More

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