Startup gets heavy hitter BASF as investor to advance new method of blasting wood chips with supercritical water at high temperature and pressure to break off the sugars in non-food biomass.
Using OLED technology, BASF and Philips imagine car roofs will be a source of light during the day and night.
Twirl your handlebar mustache and hop on the Concept 1865, a 19th-century bike reimagined with modern plastics and an electric drive.
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Startup Virdia raises funds to test making sugar from wood chips, making it one of many companies trying to create sugars from non-food sources for chemicals, biofuel, or animal feed.
Industry pioneer Energy Conversion Devices, which makes flexible solar collectors, files for bankruptcy protection and intends to sell off its solar businesses.
Primus Green Energy has developed a process to convert wood pellets and natural gas into a high-octane gasoline. But can they do it cheap enough?
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Energy technology typically requires lots of time and money to commercialize, which is causing venture investors to adjust their strategies in clean tech.
Men, as well as women, may benefit from cutting-edge technology for observing hair's chemistry.