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DOE develops glass that is stronger than steel

DOE develops glass that is stronger than steel

A new type of damage-tolerant metallic glass, demonstrating a strength and toughness beyond that of any known material, has been developed and tested by a collaboration of researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)'s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab)and the Calif

Posted byon01.16.2011inSustainable Tech

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Tech to Protect Our Oceans

Tech to Protect Our Oceans

The month of June marks World Environment Day, World Ocean Day, and Global Wind Day - three environmentally conscious days whose main purpose is to spread awareness of environmental issues taking place in today's world.  The Gulf oil spill is a huge reminder that now is the time to invest, inno

Posted byon06.30.2010inSustainable Tech

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Blending sewage with garbage to produce fuel

Blending sewage with garbage to produce fuel

A new kind of waste treatment system has been developed by Viridis Waste Control LLC, that holds the potential to improve water quality, reduce landfill usage, and to provide a large supply of renewable fuel. The process is called Septage Bioreactor Landfill technology, and it does something that

Posted byon02.1.2008inEnergy, Sustainable Tech

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Amazon's 'Kindle' is next step towards paperless culture

Amazon’s ‘Kindle’ is next step towards paperless culture

Earlier this week online giant Amazon.com released a digital reader called the Kindle, a device that has great potential to revolutionize the way we read. While ebook readers aren't new, Amazon's offering brings several new features to the table. Chief among the green features of this device are

Posted byon11.25.2007inBooks, Simple Living, Sustainable Tech

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