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- Wright State University2011
Energy Insider: Solar Prices to Reach $1 per Watt Target 3 Years Early
In 2010, the U.S. Department of Energy made a goal of reaching an installed price of $1 per watt for solar energy, which would make it highl
Google Adding Plant-Based Options to Its Worldwide Food Program | Latest...
Google’s famous “free food” policy for its employees is admired by many a worker bee worldwide. The company’s 50,000+ staffers can enjoy bre
400 Million Fewer Animals Were Killed for Food Last Year Because People ...
From Governor Jerry Brown to the U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, there’s widespread agreement that everyone needs to eat more pl
Octopus Skin Senses Light, No Eyes or Brain Needed - Scientific American
The skin of a California octopus species has a molecular light-sensing mechanism that allows it to change color to match its surroundings wi
Yoga and Chronic Pain Have Opposite Effects on Brain Gray Matter | APS
... Chiropractic Physicians Urge Conservative Approach to Pain Management · Closing the Sex Gap in Preclinical Pain Research · Research Blog
5 Ways the Trans-Pacific Partnership Could Ruin the Environment
From increased fracking to tainted fish, the TPP could severely threaten environmental and climate policy.
Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google
A review of John Palfrey's new book 'BiblioTech,' and the culturally critical role libraries play.
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Classified ads, photos, shows, links, forums, and technical information for the Volkswagen automobile
A struggling cook asked Gordon Ramsay a personal question, and he respon...
This was totally surprising.
Adidas Wants To Make Shoes And Clothing Using Plastic Garbage From The O...
Creating material from plastic ocean debris is just one way Adidas is trying to become a more sustainable fashion company.
Nasa's Curiosity rover finds water below surface of Mars | Science | The...
New measurements from the Gale crater contradict theories that the planet is too cold for liquid water to exist, but Mars still considered h