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After spinach leaves were stripped of their plant cells, the skeletons were used as a scaffold for lab-grown meat.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved the first commercial-scale, utility grid-connected test site for wave energy.
Although their roots date back thousands of years, city grids are starting to inspire modern urban planners. Is the grid still the best way to build?
What’s better than recycled cotton — transforming it to sugar for reuse. Researchers have a recipe for success.
Kenyan startup Gjenge Makers turns plastic waste into plastic bricks that are stronger, lighter, and cheaper than their concrete counterparts.
AMP Robotics has developed a recycling robot that uses AI to sort recyclables twice as quickly as humans can.
It’s estimated that by 2030, the amount of e-waste discarded globally will grow to 74.7 million tons per year. But fixing the problem is going to take more than recycling.
The writers, artists, and activists of the solarpunk movement envision a future in which we’ve overcome the problems inspiring today’s dystopian sci-fi.
A Dutch brewery is using iron powder to generate clean energy, marking the first industrial use of iron fuel.