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Ford Motor Company announced on Monday that they’ve begun testing 3D printing of large-scale parts, using tech provided by 3D printing industry giant Stratasys. 3D printed parts don’t just have cos
Interface produces modular carpet tiles that allow for endless customisation.
Smurfit Kappa's Roermond plant has won several environmental awards over the years.
The Gilroy Unified School District has handed over their old diesel school bus and have, in return, received a fully converted vehicle that runs on electricity.
Nebia leverages advances in design and thermofluids to create a better shower experience that saves thousands of gallons of water a year.
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Adaptavate provides a new approach to the way building materials are produced, used and disposed of.
Microsoft is evaluating the long-term prospects of underwater data centres, in a bid to cut latencies, improve service, and take advantage of some of the ocean’s unique characteristics.
UK Sailmakers France, the developer of MatriX Titanium® sails for the UK Sailmakers group, has introduced Titanium Blue® membrane sails that do not use petroleum based film (Mylar) as their skin ma
Joule Unlimited is taking advantage of the New Mexico sunshine to produce solar-derived fuels.
GREEN HOME is South Africa’s first and to this day, only completely compostable food packaging company.
One studio in Berlin has discovered an unexplored use for algae as a "biodynamic color palette" for dyeing textiles.
AirDye, a new method created by Colorep for dyeing textiles.
Advanced Water Technology and Abengoa will jointly develop the world’s first large-scale desalination plant to be powered by solar energy, in Saudi Arabia.
Levi’s launched a Water<Less™ line of jeans in 2011, designed to reduce the use of water.