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Alex Duffner Makes Medical Technology Widely Available with Hacked Household Appliances

Alex Duffner Makes Medical Technology Widely Available with Hacked Household Appliances

With the aim of making life-saving medical technology accessible to all, London-based designer Alex Duffner has created a series of medical devices from hacked home appliances. Called Domestic Science

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Switzerland’s NEST High Rise is a Modular Test Bed for the Future of Green Building Technology

Switzerland’s NEST High Rise is a Modular Test Bed for the Future of Green Building Technology

NEST is a collective research project by the ETH Domain that is supported by Empa, Eawag, ZJA Zwarts & Jansma Architects, Supermanoeuvre ETH Zurich, and EPF Lausanne. The project consists of a central

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Smart Satellite Technology to Help Combat Poaching in Kenya

Smart Satellite Technology to Help Combat Poaching in Kenya

One rhino is killed every 11 hours in Africa, and of the 20,000 rhinos that lived in Kenya in 1969, just over 500 remain. To help keep tabs on the remaining individuals, Cambridge Consultants has

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Tensioned Fabric Envelopes Spanish Military Barracks Turned Science & Technology Center

Tensioned Fabric Envelopes Spanish Military Barracks Turned Science & Technology Center

Pich Aguilera calls their new addition to the Gardeny Science and Technology Center "Magical." The third volume located at the southern corner of the original square is said to complete the center's

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Centre For Alternative Technology Shows That a Zero Carbon Britain is Possible by 2030

Centre For Alternative Technology Shows That a Zero Carbon Britain is Possible by 2030

The UK's Centre for Alternative Technology just released a new report showing that a Zero Carbon Britain is possible by the year 2030. The report states that the decarbonization of the UK could be

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Revolutionary Technology Allows Crops to Harvest Nitrogen From the Air Instead of Fertilizers

Revolutionary Technology Allows Crops to Harvest Nitrogen From the Air Instead of Fertilizers

Photo via Shutterstock Have you ever thought of air as the ultimate crop fertilizer? We haven't either, but researchers at the University of Nottingham have developed a technology—termed nitrogen

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Children and Teens Exhibit Signs of Technology Addiction

Children and Teens Exhibit Signs of Technology Addiction

Photo via Shutterstock "Addiction" is a word that's casually thrown around to describe the increasing attachment to digital technology among children, but new research shows that it may actually be a

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Can Design and Technology Save Us from Wildfires Sparked by Climate Change?

Can Design and Technology Save Us from Wildfires Sparked by Climate Change?

The extended droughts driven by climate change in the western United States are leading to more, increasingly intense and larger average wildfires throughout western forests and shrublands. The climate

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UK Paper Company Invents Technology to Recycle Disposable Plasticized Coffee Cups

UK Paper Company Invents Technology to Recycle Disposable Plasticized Coffee Cups

Photo via Shutterstock For most caffeine consumers on-the-go, a good dose of java or tea in the morning is of primary concern. What the liquid is housed in seems to escape attention, being tossed in a

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Scientists Create Technology that Could Lead to Lifelike Artificial Skin

Scientists Create Technology that Could Lead to Lifelike Artificial Skin

Photo via Shutterstock Bionic ears and eyes are already a reality, and with the strides made by a team of scientists at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology led by Professor Hossam Haick,

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Tesla Unveils Technology to Swap EV Batteries in 90 Seconds Flat

Tesla Unveils Technology to Swap EV Batteries in 90 Seconds Flat

Tesla just unveiled its new battery swap technology, which gives Model S owners the ability to completely charge their electric vehicles in less than half the time it takes a high speed gas pump to refill

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MIT Creates Cheap New Full-Color Hologram Technology

MIT Creates Cheap New Full-Color Hologram Technology

Full-color holograms were once just an imaginary mode of communication between rebel princesses and venerated Jedi masters. Daniel Smalley, a graduate student at MIT, has made the technology a reality

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Can Technology Save the World?

Can Technology Save the World?

Can technology save the world? In short: No, not by itself. A sweeping set of changes in the way we interact with the planet is needed to stabilize our rapidly deteriorating biosphere and avert a bleak

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8 Ways You Can Harness the Power of Technology to Green Your Home

8 Ways You Can Harness the Power of Technology to Green Your Home

Energy Saving Light Bulbs Energy saving light bulbs are small, so it might seem like they can't possibly save you that much money. The reverse is true, however. There are a variety of energy-efficient

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Blackbody’s Lamps Use OLED Technology to Create Stirring Lighting Effects

Blackbody’s Lamps Use OLED Technology to Create Stirring Lighting Effects

Bruno Dussert-Vidalet and Alessandro Dolcetta turn light into emotion with their new lighting company, Blackbody. Presenting for the first time at Euroluce during Milan Design Week earlier this month,

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Monsanto May Seek to Revive ‘Terminator’ Technology

Monsanto May Seek to Revive ‘Terminator’ Technology

Photo via Shutterstock Agri-giant Monsanto is headed to the Supreme Court this week for a battle against 75-year-old Indian farmer Vernon Hugh Bowman. If Bowman wins, it could be hailed as a massive

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PureMadi Uses Ceramics and Nanoparticle Technology to Purify Water in Developing Nations

PureMadi Uses Ceramics and Nanoparticle Technology to Purify Water in Developing Nations

In developing nations, access to clean water is a major humanitarian issue - so much so that numerous non-profits and foundations are dedicated specifically to providing access to basic sanitation.

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Automate Your Garden With HavestGeek’s Plant Monitoring Technology

Automate Your Garden With HavestGeek’s Plant Monitoring Technology

The urban gardening movement is quickly entering the Information Age. Designed by Mike Alt, HarvestGeek is a program that monitors the condition of your fruits and veggies in order to produce the greatest

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MSU’s New Water Retention Technology Can Increase Crop Yield Even in the Face of Increasing Drought Conditions

MSU’s New Water Retention Technology Can Increase Crop Yield Even in the Face of Increasing Drought Conditions

The world is heating up, and along with it comes longer and more intense droughts. Since climate change isn’t going away anytime soon, we must learn to adapt to the new environment. Researchers at

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Pwdr’s Open-Source Technology Could Enable Full-Color 3D-Printing

Pwdr’s Open-Source Technology Could Enable Full-Color 3D-Printing

A project by a student at the University of Twente (Enschede, Netherlands) has resulted in an open-source 3D-printing technology that could enable four-color printing, according to medical-device designer

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Sole Technology’s New European Headquarters Expands Upon Sustainability Commitment

Sole Technology’s New European Headquarters Expands Upon Sustainability Commitment

Sole Technology is a manufacturer of action sports footwear and apparel for the brands Etnies, Emerica, Altamont and ThirtyTwo. The company's main headquarters is based in California and its new European

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Organovo’s Bioprinter Technology Could Lead to 3D Printed Human Organs

Organovo’s Bioprinter Technology Could Lead to 3D Printed Human Organs

Organovo Holdings, a San Diego, CA-based manufacturer of 3-dimensional human tissues, recently announced a partnership with 3D-software company Autodesk Inc. to develop the first 3D design software for

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Open Exchange Combines Social Interaction with Learning Technology for a Library of the Future

Open Exchange Combines Social Interaction with Learning Technology for a Library of the Future

The focal point that differs from present day libraries is the building’s unique covered outdoor lobby. Named “The Feed,” visitors are greeted with strips of LED signs that constantly spew data

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Top 6 Green Science and Technology Stories of 2012

Top 6 Green Science and Technology Stories of 2012

2012 was an incredible year for green technology as scientists and researchers around the world wowed us with cutting edge breakthroughs and innovative new solutions to everyday problems. From

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3D-Printing Technology Creates Complex Legal Issues, Expert Warns

3D-Printing Technology Creates Complex Legal Issues, Expert Warns

Speaking at It’s Nice That: In Progress conference last Friday, technology journalist Adrian Mars addressed questions of liability, safety and intellectual property rights. “What if you 3D print a car

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Rare Earth Elements Infographic Shows the Impact of Resource Depletion on Green Technology

Rare Earth Elements Infographic Shows the Impact of Resource Depletion on Green Technology

Today people around the world depend on devices like smartphones, tvs, and laptops to learn, work, and communicate with those we love. However the production of these devices has resulted in a major

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Scientists Create New Solar Energy Technology That Creates Steam From Icy Cold Water

Scientists Create New Solar Energy Technology That Creates Steam From Icy Cold Water

Solar technology is beginning to heat up, thanks to researchers at Rice's Laboratory for Nanophotonics (LANP). Scientists have developed a method of solar thermal heating that generates steam at the

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New Technology Harvests Electricity From Railroad Train Track Vibrations

New Technology Harvests Electricity From Railroad Train Track Vibrations

Train photo from Shutterstock Anyone who has stood next to a train pulling into a station can attest to the immense power it produces as it rattles along the rails. Scientists at Stony Brook University

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CZWG Incorporates Rain Harvesting Technology into Maggie’s Centre in Nottingham

CZWG Incorporates Rain Harvesting Technology into Maggie’s Centre in Nottingham

Maggie's provide emotional, practical and social support to people with cancer and their families and friends. The centers are located in architecturally striking buildings within the grounds of NHS

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Miller Hull Designs an Airy New Salvaged Center for the Technology Access Foundation in Seattle

Miller Hull Designs an Airy New Salvaged Center for the Technology Access Foundation in Seattle

The TAF’s new home, named The Bethaday Community Learning Space, was a design born from the foundation’s interest in the ScrapHouse project, which was developed by San Francisco-based Public

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