Material Ecology describes the process of combining materials science, digital fabrication technologies and organic design to produce techniques and objects informed by the structural, systemic and aesthetic wisdom of nature.
The “bionic leaf” is a small man-made solar collector that takes sunlight and water and turns it into any of a variety of usable fuels or fertilizers.
LED light bulbs are the new vanguard in energy efficiency and lighting quality, but incandescent bulbs are on the comback…
Battery manufacturers are making great strides in developing new technology that could revolutionize everything from handheld electronics to the cars and trucks we drive.
Volkswagen is ponying up $18.2 billion to deal with its emissions cheating scandal, but environmentalists wonder if all the money in the world will be able to repair the wound to consumer confidence…
The Climate CoLab has announced twenty-two contests that seek high-impact ideas on how to tackle climate change. A project of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Center for Collective Intelligence, the Climate CoLab seeks to harness the knowledge and expertise of thousands of experts and non-experts across the world to help solve this massive, complex […]