June 2012

Rice University Researchers Create a Paintable Battery

June 29, 2012

Battery technology keeps improving in terms of density and storage, but how about changing the very form in it which a battery is presented? This is what researchers at Rice University in Texas have done with the creation of a paintable battery solution that reinvents the whole concept. Related Posts:Recycling Carbon: New Center Embraces All […]

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Primus Green Energy Opens Alternative Gasoline Demonstration Plant

June 27, 2012

Primus Green Energy has inaugurated a new US$7 million demonstration plant in Hillsborough, NJ. The event was attended by politicians and industry representatives. Related Posts:Making Gasoline With Biomass

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Activists Kickstart Fundraising Campaign to Create Post-Fukushima Publication

June 26, 2012

Kyoto Journal, a publication whose main premise is offer an alternative view of Asian culture, started a fundraising campaign on Indiegogo to finance a publication called Fresh Currents. The publication will come out in print and PDF and will be distributed to key policymakers, local government officials, community leaders, educators and media outlets. Related Posts:Two […]

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Richard Branson on Clean Energy

June 25, 2012

The end of subsidies for fossil fuels was one of the big topics at Rio+20. One of the businessman to support initiative was Virgin founder Richard Branson. Related Posts:Video: Argonne National Laboratory’s Director on Alternative EnergyRecord Investment In Alternative Energy in 2011; US Back at Number OneSee-through Solar Technology Achieves New BreakthroughPump That Body! Generating […]

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Rio+20 Achieves Little, Says Brazilian Research Organization

June 22, 2012

The outcome of the Rio+20, the sustainability conference held in Rio de Janeiro this week and which folds today, will be a document that lacks focus and does not tackle the urgency of the problems the world faces, according to Celso Lafer, president of FAPESP, an organization that supports research in São Paulo. Related Posts:Alternative […]

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