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Recent milestones bring the much anticipated application of a universal dry and tunable adhesive closer to our everyday use.
Holistic design and advanced lightweight materials set this carbon-fiber sedan apart from the pack. It's also fun to drive.
It's a long, hard road from the a-ha moment to making innovation work on a large scale. Forum for the Future sees the way.
A new monitoring system from Rainforest Connection uses mobile tech, solar panels and microphones to fight illegal logging.
Protecting coastal cities from sea level rise will require a blend of solutions best offered through proactive planning.
Issus coleoptratus is an unlikely hero, but one whose jumping prowess could revolutionize ballistics and spring-loaded machines.
3D printing is the first technology with the potential to enable large-scale local manufacturing.
The city invites all civic-minded entrepreneurs to participate in its "living lab". Meanwhile, Cisco is working on smart parking with Streetline.
Sponsored story: The Dutch Postcode Lottery Green Challenge provides opportunities for entrepreneurs such as Dosier to bring their products to market.
Sprint is among the first companies to offer a product made of AirCarbon, plastic created from waste greenhouse gases by Newlight Technologies.
Over the product life cycle, natural fibers can be less sustainable than some synthetics. Here's an anatomy of a few notable failures.
It may come at a cost, but HP's decision to deliver ink cartridges containing recycled material means it is hedging against future resource price rises.
After only a few years as sustainability head at clothing giant H&M, she has been named the most powerful businesswoman in Sweden. What is this star's secret?
Nearly a year into her tenure, the efforts of Apple's environmental leader seem to be bearing fruit. And, along the way, garnering gushing praise from some of Apple's harshest critics....
If the name Panasonic brings to mind TVs, laptops and cameras, think again. The electronics brand is angling to become an "Eco Solutions" powerhouse.
The Autodesk Foundation seeks to foster design that addresses some of the world's biggest challenges. Its director explains the opportunities.
Not all things in the world are worth keeping, let alone connecting. People, not products and machines, must drive this next big push in technology.
The leading designer and architect takes the conversation about the circular economy to new heights.
Potentially sustainable 3D printing and scanning tech demands major shifts in today's manufacturing ecosystem.
Citizen scientists in Brazil will use a new IBM data portal and mobile app to track biodiversity in the Amazon.