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Light-Filled Gateway Unveiled for Sydney University of Technology

Light-Filled Gateway Unveiled for Sydney University of Technology

Located in the heart of Sydney, UTS is an urban university that is designed to fit within its urban context while creating its own separate and unique identity as a space for students to learn. The Podium

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Nanotechnology Makes Poop Power 20 Times More Efficient

Nanotechnology Makes Poop Power 20 Times More Efficient

Engineers at Oregon State University have their minds in the gutter. They're working on getting more energy from sewage, and they've made a discovery that boosts electricity production substantially. By

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Rocket Engine Technology Being Used to Capture Carbon

Rocket Engine Technology Being Used to Capture Carbon

We all know that rocket science is cool - but did you know that it may also be a way to improve carbon capture technology? Under an innovative research project being run by the Department of Energy's

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Medical Dressing Uses Nanotechnology to Treat Infection

Medical Dressing Uses Nanotechnology to Treat Infection

The wound dressings of the future won't just stop us from from bleeding -- they will also detect infection and release antibiotic treatments as necessary. Researchers at the University of Bath and the

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How Technology Can Help You Green Your Garden

How Technology Can Help You Green Your Garden

Wanna flex that green thumb this summer? Why not get some help from the latest iPhone apps, online tools, and gadgets designed to help gardeners up their growing game? Check out all of our top picks for

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Kevin Costner Cleaning up the Gulf with His Oil Separating Technology

Kevin Costner Cleaning up the Gulf with His Oil Separating Technology

No, we are not kidding. Neither is Kevin Costner. When the Exxon Valdez catastrophe happened in 1989, the actor, fisherman and environmentalist was horrified. So he went searching for an answer to

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How to Use Technology to Green Your Shopping

How to Use Technology to Green Your Shopping

While the recent rise in consumer spending is certainly a good sign for our ailing economy, what does this mean for our fragile environment? If you’re one of the many stepping out this weekend for

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Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC Set To Get A Major Facelift

Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC Set To Get A Major Facelift

As the most respected and well-known institute for fashion design in the US, you'd expect the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City to have a glamorous and stunning building to inspire

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How to Use Technology to Experience the Great Outdoors

How to Use Technology to Experience the Great Outdoors

Longing to leave the confines of your cubicle and venture to the great outdoors? Technology can make it a lot easier for you! From GPS units to iPhone apps like Starmap, check out all of our best tips on

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How to Use Technology to Experience the Great Outdoors

How to Use Technology to Experience the Great Outdoors

Since we usually venture to the great outdoors to escape from the fast-paced modern world, it might seem a little counter-intuitive to use technology to get there. Lo and behold though, gadgets and gizmos

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Chevron Embraces Solar Technology With Project Brightfield

Chevron Embraces Solar Technology With Project Brightfield

Sign #1 that interest in solar power is exploding: even the oil companies are getting in on the act. Earlier this week, Chevron unveiled Project Brightfield, a solar plant featuring 7,700 solar panels on

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How to Green Your Spring Cleaning with Technology

How to Green Your Spring Cleaning with Technology

It's that time of year again! Spring is the perfect time to brush away the dustbunnies, thrust open the windows and refresh your whole house. But as you may know, the tools and cleansers available to help

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Amusement Park Powers EVs Using Electric Toothbrush Technology

Amusement Park Powers EVs Using Electric Toothbrush Technology

Last year, we watched as Korea’s Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) developed a new kind of electric vehicle that relies entirely on power from cables buried beneath the road--no

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How Technology Can Declutter Your Life

How Technology Can Declutter Your Life

Is clutter taking over your life? It doesn't have to be that way! There are tons of smart ways to use technology to get rid of your clutter. Check out our top tips from storing your photos online to using

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How to Use Technology to Declutter Your Life

How to Use Technology to Declutter Your Life

Are you being buried by a pile of papers and post-it notes? If so, you might want to look into decluttering your life by using technology. From online calendars to universal chargers, check out all of our

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How to Use Technology to Green Your Commute

How to Use Technology to Green Your Commute

For most of us, walking, biking, driving or taking public transportation to and from work is a part of our everyday routine. Depending on the method you use, you might think that your ride is

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7 Ways to Green Your Commute With Technology

7 Ways to Green Your Commute With Technology

Although telecommuting and virtual conferencing are becoming more and more commonplace, for most of us it's still the norm to walk, drive, bike or take public transportation to get to work every day.

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Top 7 Wearable Technology Concepts of 2009 (Vote for the Coolest!)

Top 7 Wearable Technology Concepts of 2009 (Vote for the Coolest!)

Wearable tech isn’t just reserved for the likes of James Bond anymore, nor is it limited to your waterproof plastic Casio watch. 2009 definitely made for some amazing new tech pieces, and while some may

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COP15 Technology Update: A Rally for Home Energy Information

COP15 Technology Update: A Rally for Home Energy Information

COPENHAGEN - a report from Earth2TechUnleashing energy information within your home, and the use of gadgets and tools like Google's PowerMeter, DIY Kyoto and Tendril's energy dashboard just got a rallying

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New Geothermal Technology Could Tap 120,000MW of Energy

New Geothermal Technology Could Tap 120,000MW of Energy

On August 22nd, Raser Technologies and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson broke ground on New Mexico's first geothermal power plant. Situated at Lightning Dock near Animas, the new plant will incorporate

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SMOOTH OPERATOR: The Clean Technology Tower

SMOOTH OPERATOR: The Clean Technology Tower

The Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill architectural firm has been busy stirring up the world's skyline with a slew of lean, green superstructures that push the energy-neutral envelope. AS+GG recently unveiled

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New JAXA Technology Captures Solar Energy in Space

New JAXA Technology Captures Solar Energy in Space

Instead of doing the old-fashioned solar power thing, and capturing the sun's rays as they hit the Earth's surface, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Osaka University Institute of Laser

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VEHICLE GRID TECHNOLOGY: Car power for your home

VEHICLE GRID TECHNOLOGY: Car power for your home

Here at Inhabitat, we feature numerous ways in which you can power your house. Whether by using solar panels, wind turbines, hydrogen, gas, and even geothermal energy, we can say that alternative sources

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CORE77 DESIGN 2.0: Design, Technology and the Future

CORE77 DESIGN 2.0: Design, Technology and the Future

If you are in or around Boston on November 15th between the hours of 1 and 6, we highly recommend you check out Core77’s latest Design 2.0 conference: Design, Technology, and the Future - A Panel

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100,000 LEED-certified ceramic tiles clad Milan’s restored Rainbow Tower

100,000 LEED-certified ceramic tiles clad Milan’s restored Rainbow Tower

Originally built in the 1960s an anonymous water tower, the 115-foot-tall structure was saved from demolition in 1990 and renovated into the Torre Arcobaleno, a colorful totem dedicated to the Soccer

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Massive wildfire threatens 6,300 properties north of San Francisco

Massive wildfire threatens 6,300 properties north of San Francisco

The largest of 23 major wildfires currently burning in drought-stricken California has destroyed two dozen houses, while over 12,000 people have been advised to flee their homes in the Lower Lake region.

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World’s first Braille smartwatch gives blind people a lifeline to information

World’s first Braille smartwatch gives blind people a lifeline to information

In countries where smartphones are popular, it’s common to see folks walking down the street, tiny screen in hand, as they navigate to a new cafe, text with a buddy, or read an email from their boss.

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Homeless folks help feed their entire shelter with this flourishing rooftop garden

Homeless folks help feed their entire shelter with this flourishing rooftop garden

Metro Atlanta Task Force For The Homeless, homeless shelters, homeless planted garden, rooftop garden, urban gardening, healthy eating, healthy food, organically grown produce, green roof Metro Atlanta

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Butterflies may hold the secret to increasing solar output by 50 percent

Butterflies may hold the secret to increasing solar output by 50 percent

The secret to cheaper, more efficient solar power may lie in the unassuming wings of the butterfly. The Cabbage White butterfly folds its wings in a v-shape in order to heat up their flight muscles before

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The SunPort lets you support solar power any time, anywhere

The SunPort lets you support solar power any time, anywhere

A little company called SunPort is launching a crowdfunding campaign that could change the clean energy game in a new way. SunPort is a smart device that looks like an ordinary outlet extender, save for

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