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New deconstruction techniques helped take down the tallest Japanese building ever demolished.
The lean, green tech machines of the year.
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Ecovative Design has won PopSci's Best Of What's New award AND our Invention Award
The battery could power zero-emissions homes
Drilling a geothermal well to help cool and heat the dream home
A new generation of manned subs explores our deepest oceans
The future of energy, machines that heal, firefighting tech and the world's first augmented reality magazine cover
Extraordinary solutions for a clean-energy century
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Research finds that digital technologies contribute to climate change
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Corporate responsibility looms large at this year's show, but protesters insist more companies need more proactive electronics recycling policies
Australians advised to eat kangaroos to help environment
A judge's ruling to cut down trees that block solar panels is just the tip of the iceberg for a growing conflict in California
How to make one of our most ubiquitous gadgetsâ€”every part of itâ€”environmentally sound.
Joseph Longo's Plasma Converter turns our most vile and toxic trash into clean energyâ€”and promises to make a relic of the landfill
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An eco-hip acoustic fridge debuts. But is anyone listening?
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