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Cross-Country Events Raise Awareness about Electric Vehicles
Solar Impulse Lands in New York City
Courtesy of Business Wire
Resort Makes Sustainable Changes to Its Daily Grind
7 Manufacturers Committing to Reducing Carbon Emissions
A Trip to Mars: Playing Pretend Could Get Kids Interested in STEM
1-V CdTe Solar Cells Rival Silicon as Industry Standard
Courtesy of The Journal of Materials Chemistry
Harmful Greenhouse Gases Repurposed into Carbon Nanofibers
Image Courtesy of Statoil
Concrete Floating Turbine Economizes Wind Power
Statoil recently revealed plans to set up five of its Hywind cylindrical-float turbines in what’s deemed as the first floating wind farm.
Cellulose Substrate Eyed for 3D Supercapacitor Technology
A one-step process seeds cellulose aerogel with conductive nanoparticles to create a flexible 3D superconductor with high capacitance and conductance.
Fill ‘er Up at NREL’s Hydrogen-Fueling Center
The NREL introduces another hydrogen fueling station for fuel-cell vehicles as part of its technology validation effort.
CO₂: Clean for Cooling and Cool for Cleaning
CO₂ is an abundant resource that can be used to cool, clean, and perform several other functions.
2015 Engineering Compensation Survey: Facing New Challenges in a Changing Industry
View the results of the 2015 Machine Design Engineering Salary Survey as we take a closer look at the numbers and offer insights into the typical engineer, the current workplace...
Airport Power System Harvests Soundwave Energy
Manufacturers, Consumers Weigh in on the IoT, Recyclability
Algae Research May Trigger Biofuel Boon
New NREL Report Explores How Cities Make Energy-Related Decisions
Aircraft Ball Bearing Achieves 4 Million Millimeters Per Minute
The new bearing falls in line with the push for greater aircraft-engine efficiency over the next two decades, as environmental and climate-protection legislation imposes stricter...
3D Printing of Airway Tissue Advances Research Capabilities
A single 3D-printer head prints complex tissue with a customized phenotype for pharmaceutical testing.
Nuclear Gets a Nod in Clean Power Plan, but No Love in the Press
Lindsey Frick Blog
While the world is racing to cut carbon emissions, let’s not forget nuclear is a strong technology to couple with renewables.
Photo courtesy of the University of Texas at Arlington
Solar-Power Battery Continues Charging Without Sunlight
This new solar battery may be the key to continuous power, even when there are breaks in sunlight.
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