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California attempts to battle ‘silent oil spills’ Special

Sacramento - The California legislature will take up the issue of silent oil spills this year with a measure aimed at reducing the amount of oil contaminating the soil and water in the state. The measure rests its hope in technological advances in bio-based oils.

Record 109% Growth in US Solar Panel Installations

2011 was a record smashing year for the US solar industry, with 109% growth in the number of photovoltaic solar installations.

'Green' hydrogen-powered bicycle developed by students

A hydrogen powered bicycle with a frame made of cutting-edge light and strong materials has been designed and developed by students at the Tswane University of Technology (TUT) in South Africa.

Obama Addresses Importance of 'Going Green'

CBS News blogger Maria Gavrilovic posts in her “From The Road” blog from Nelsonville, Ohio, where she reports on Barack Obama telling supporters about the importance of "green jobs."

Inside CES: High-Tech TVs, Green-Friendly Gadgets and Motion-Sensitive Cellphones

The 2008 Consumer Electronics Show is the seminal event for giving pro nerds their new technology. This week in Las Vegas, CES will focus on themes such as green tech, touch screens, next-gen DVDs, futuristic TVs and souped-up cellphones.
 

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A view of the Solar Impulse  being rolled out for it s first  flea-hop  test in 2009.
A view of the Solar Impulse, being rolled out for it's first "flea-hop" test in 2009.
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Xerox Research Centre of Canada
Xerox Research Centre of Canada
Xerox Canada
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TGER is a deployable machine tactically designed to convert military field waste into immediate usab...
TGER is a deployable machine tactically designed to convert military field waste into immediate usable energy. This green technology could benefit commercial market
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