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Princeton Plans Largest Solar Field for Any U.S. University

Princeton Plans Largest Solar Field for Any U.S. University

Princeton University announced last week its plans for a 27-acre solar field to partially power its New Jersey campus. The system will consist of 16,500 photovoltaic panels, making it the largest solar

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Eton Mobius Solar iPhone Charging Case Doubles Your Cell’s Battery Life

Eton Mobius Solar iPhone Charging Case Doubles Your Cell’s Battery Life

Once again, Eton has read our minds and brought us yet another useful mobile gadget: the Mobius solar charging case. Like the company's other electronics, the Mobius is equipped with a monocrystal solar

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Organic Solar Cells Inspired by Wasp Exoskeletons

Organic Solar Cells Inspired by Wasp Exoskeletons

Ever wonder why wasps are more numerous and active during the summer? It's because their bodies absorb sunlight and convert it into energy. With this fact in mind, Israeli and UK scientists have begun

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Princeton Charter School Builds a More Sustainable Education

Princeton Charter School Builds a More Sustainable Education

The Princeton Charter School (PCS) has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to education, and now it's upping its environmental credentials as well. The school recently made a very sustainable

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Glowing Frog Skeletons Shed Light On Unexplained Deformations

Glowing Frog Skeletons Shed Light On Unexplained Deformations

Why do some frogs fail to develop a complete set of limbs while others develop extra limbs? Is it the result violent parasites? Or maybe chemical pollution? In Brandon Ballengee's latest project, the

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Living Exoskeleton Proposed for Province of Parma Headquarters

Living Exoskeleton Proposed for Province of Parma Headquarters

StudioDosi has proposed a double-skinned, vegetation-covered headquarters for the Province of Parma in Italy. Designed by a talented group of young Italian architects and engineers, the plan features a

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Ninetonine Zebra Crib

Ninetonine Zebra Crib

Looking for fun, modern furniture for the little ones in your life? We just spotted Spanish kids furniture designers Ninetonine at the Milan Furniture Fair, and we are as excited as kids in a candy store

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Brilliant Hands-Free Sit & Stand Device Could Completely Replace Crutches!

Brilliant Hands-Free Sit & Stand Device Could Completely Replace Crutches!

It is astonishing that the design of crutches we use today hasn’t actually changed since its invention about 100 years ago. Behzad Rashidi’s brilliant Sit & Stand Walking Assistant addresses this

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How Sick Plants Can Pinpoint the Location of Deadly Hidden Landmines

How Sick Plants Can Pinpoint the Location of Deadly Hidden Landmines

Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond just discovered an amazing way to save thousands of lives taken by explosive land mines every year. According to a recent study by the

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KPF’s Pre-Certified LEED Gold Tianjin Riverside 66 Will Be One of China’s Longest Buildings Upon Completion This Fall

KPF’s Pre-Certified LEED Gold Tianjin Riverside 66 Will Be One of China’s Longest Buildings Upon Completion This Fall

The massive building will comprise an area of nearly 40 acres and according to Audrey Choi, Job Captain, "will be built with 22 seven-story high concrete ribs and over 10,000 panels of glass." After

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Theo Jansen’s Kinetic Strandbeest Sculptures are Fantastic, Sand-Walking Behemoths

Theo Jansen’s Kinetic Strandbeest Sculptures are Fantastic, Sand-Walking Behemoths

Theo Jansen has been creating wind-walking examples of artificial life since 1990. What was at first a rudimentary breed has slowly evolved into a generation of machines that are able to react to their

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Powerful Street Art Speaks for the Animals at Rock Werchter Music Festival

Powerful Street Art Speaks for the Animals at Rock Werchter Music Festival

Some of the animals imprisoned on the side of containers include an antelope, elephant, giraffe, bear, and rhino. In line with his usual monochromatic style, ROA opted to use a minimalist color palette,

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KIDmob Helps Superhero Cyborg Kids Prototype Their Own Prosthetics

KIDmob Helps Superhero Cyborg Kids Prototype Their Own Prosthetics

Imagine being able to design your own super-cool body part, in whatever shape or color you could dream up. Thanks KIDmob, a group of children with a diversity of upper limb capabilities were able to

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Tiny Solar Shed Generates 100% of the Energy Needed to Run Historic Farm in The Netherlands

Tiny Solar Shed Generates 100% of the Energy Needed to Run Historic Farm in The Netherlands

Located in Hei- en Boeico, the Tiny Solar Shed is a necessary update for this historic farm. Previously, a lean-to like shed made of wood and metal was located adjacent to a larger barn. The owners used

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Incredible Fairy Sculptures in Motion are Handmade from Stainless Steel Wire

Incredible Fairy Sculptures in Motion are Handmade from Stainless Steel Wire

According to the Staffordshire-based artist, Fantasywire was inspired by an "inexplicable real life encounter" that spurred the development of these magical galvanized and stainless steel sculptures.

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Susquehanna County Got Fracked—Now They’re Speaking Out

Susquehanna County Got Fracked—Now They’re Speaking Out

  Susquehanna county residents have been bullied by the gas industry since fracking started back in 2006. Industry workers have no regard for the people they're paving over, which inevitably

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Transbay Center: San Francisco is Building the Future of Public Transportation Beneath a 5.4-Acre Rooftop Park

Transbay Center: San Francisco is Building the Future of Public Transportation Beneath a 5.4-Acre Rooftop Park

The transportation sector accounts for a whopping 28% of all greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. Improving public transit is one of the best ways to cut that figure down - and the Transbay

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Scientists Create Ultra-Efficient Solar Powered Fuel Cells for Capturing and Converting Carbon

Scientists Create Ultra-Efficient Solar Powered Fuel Cells for Capturing and Converting Carbon

Clean technology researchers just killed two birds with one stone by coming up with a new way to capture carbon dioxide and turn it into useful chemical compound via solar energy. In collaboration with

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ICD and ITKE’s Robotically Woven Pavilion Mimics the Structural Performance of Beetle Shells

ICD and ITKE’s Robotically Woven Pavilion Mimics the Structural Performance of Beetle Shells

Another of the Institutes’ bionic research pavilions, the structure investigates the structural performance of protective shells of beetles. These have proven to be a suitable role model for highly

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Peru Approves Large Gas Project that Could Wipe Out Uncontacted Tribes

Peru Approves Large Gas Project that Could Wipe Out Uncontacted Tribes

A controversial gas project recently approved by the Peruvian government has the potential to wipe out a group of uncontacted tribes who live in the area. Earth First Journal reports that Peru’s

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Stockholm’s Insect City and Buzz Building Take Cricket Cultivation to a Whole New Level

Stockholm’s Insect City and Buzz Building Take Cricket Cultivation to a Whole New Level

Belatchew Arkitekter’s studio Belatchew Labs are the masterminds behind the Insect City and Buzz Building complex - an integrated facility that hosts full-cycle cricket production, from egg to plate.

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NASA Architect Designs Tiny FireFly Camping Trailer for Adventure and Disaster Relief Applications

NASA Architect Designs Tiny FireFly Camping Trailer for Adventure and Disaster Relief Applications

Designer Garret Finney drew upon his experience working as a senior architect for NASA's Habitability Design Center (HDC), where he designed small, ergonomic habitats for astronauts. After leaving NASA in

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How to Prolong the Life of Your Favorite Eco-friendly Cosmetics

How to Prolong the Life of Your Favorite Eco-friendly Cosmetics

Image via Shutterstock The Big Bads: Heat, Light, Air, & Moisture Don't double task! Most of us do our hair, makeup and everything else all at once, near the bathroom sink or in a steamy bathroom

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Sand Babel: Solar-Powered Twisting Skyscrapers 3D-Printed with Desert Sands

Sand Babel: Solar-Powered Twisting Skyscrapers 3D-Printed with Desert Sands

Conceived by Chinese designers Qiu Song, Kang Pengfei, Bai Ying, Ren Nuoya, Guo Shen, the project envisions an intelligent network of skyscrapers distributed across a desert landscape. The towers would be

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Harvard Scientists Create Super Strong Degradable Bioplastic from Shrimp Shells

Harvard Scientists Create Super Strong Degradable Bioplastic from Shrimp Shells

Thanks to a team of Harvard scientists, being called a "shrimp" will no longer amount to an insult. The University's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering isolated chitin in the arthropod's

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Unique Dome Garden Offers an Unforgettable Eco “Glamping” Adventure Just 2 Hours from London

Unique Dome Garden Offers an Unforgettable Eco “Glamping” Adventure Just 2 Hours from London

There are 10 domes in all and they come in four different sizes. Depending on the size of each family and budget, visitors to The Dome Garden can request a 12, 16, 20, or 24 ft dome. The skeleton is made

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Sentinel Satellite Launching in 2018 to Search for ‘City-Killer’ Asteroids

Sentinel Satellite Launching in 2018 to Search for ‘City-Killer’ Asteroids

You may think that city-destroying asteroids are just the stuff of sci-fi novels, but new research reveals that the Earth is far more vulnerable to asteroid impacts than we ever though possible. In fact,

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Stilted Solar-Powered Pakkred Office Protects Against Flooding in Thailand

Stilted Solar-Powered Pakkred Office Protects Against Flooding in Thailand

Having been in business for 20 years in the Bangkok area, Geodesic Design wanted to create an office with the smallest possible footprint. The home office was built on stilts, not only to lesson the

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Google Announces New Details for Their Modular Ara Smartphone

Google Announces New Details for Their Modular Ara Smartphone

If you have always thought that you could design a better smartphone than any of the current phones on the market, Google’s Project Ara is giving you the opportunity to put your money where your mouth

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Zaha Hadid Unveils Plans for “City of Dreams” Hotel Tower in Macau

Zaha Hadid Unveils Plans for “City of Dreams” Hotel Tower in Macau

Lawrence Ho, Co-Chairman and CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment, described the new hotel tower as a "key milestone" and "iconic landmark for Cotai and Macau." Created with Hadid's signature curves, the

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