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The Army Research Lab in Maryland looks at innovative ways to make the US Military the best equipped fighting force in the world. Looking at everything from better blast resistant armored vehicles to new materials for helmets to protect against head... Read More
National Science Foundation
Project GreenLight added direct current-powered (DC) servers as one of its instrumented server facility capabilities. This enables real-world experiments to gauge whether large computing facilities can operate on less power if they take alternating... Read More
If you're hosting an Easter dinner, why not make it energy-free? GreenPowerScience shows you how to cook at turkey with sunlight.
When our phones are about to die, what do we do? We charge the battery! But what if we had something more efficient than a battery? This research team from Northeastern University is working on a portable fuel cell that converts chemical energy... Read More
Appeals of two high-profile cases that will influence the future of shale gas development in New York State remain uncertain.
UNSW Australia
Because there is less water available during a drought, water often picks up more minerals from the soil or ground and becomes saltier. These researchers in Australia say that their technology can efficiently filter water and remove salts so plants... Read More
Minnesota 2020
Solar panel arrays, also known as photovoltaics, have tremendous potential for locally sustainable energy and creating manufacturing jobs in Minnesota. But there is still a long ways to go. Early adopters and technology developers, like tenKsolar in... Read More
What is cuter than little kids working in a garden? Students at the University of South Florida are including their entire community in their attempt to be more environmentally friendly. One part of their project is educating children about... Read More
Chandler-Gilbert Community College's SEE Your World initiative focuses on social, environmental, and economic issues and promotes their commitment to global learning.
Minnesota 2020
How can communities take advantage of local resources to produce enough energy to meet their needs? This research program from the University of Minnesota is trying to find out.

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