Archive for June 15th, 2006

TIMESTRIPS: INTELLIGENT LABELS TO REDUCE FOOD WASTE

TIMESTRIPS: INTELLIGENT LABELS TO REDUCE FOOD WASTE

Timestrips are single-use, disposable, smart-labels, which automatically monitor lapsed time, ranging from under 1 day to 6 months. The technology behind the revolutionary Timestrip works by capillary action, allowing a tinted liquid to migrate through a m

Posted byon06.15.2006inEconomics, Society

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New Nano-structured Material to Repel Pests, Sweeten Air

Karen L. Wooley, Ph.D., a chemist at Washington University, has developed a remarkable nanostructured material that can repel pests, sweeten the air, and some day might even be used as a timed drug delivery system. The material consists of a mixture of polymers that is bith hydrophillic and hydr

Posted byon06.15.2006inSustainable Tech

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Canada’s largest wind farm officially opens

" What's described as the largest wind power plant in Canada was officially opened Wednesday in southwest Saskatchewan.The 150-megawatt Centennial wind power facility, located 25 kilometres southeast of Swift Current, will provide enough electricity for 64,000 homes." CBC News - New wind-po

Posted byon06.15.2006inEnergy

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