If you're fond of gadgets with names that start with a lowercase "i", you'll be terribly fond of this week's two prizes. Yep, we said two.
Startup Joule lands $70 million in private equity to build larger-scale plants that make diesel fuel directly from sunlight, carbon dioxide, and nutrients in solar panel-like bioreactors.
Element Case has introduced a new iPad stand, the Joule Chroma, which fits the iPad 1 and iPad 2 and comes in multiple colors for $149.99.
Biotech start-up receives a patent for a process where genetically engineered cyanobacteria make hydrocarbons directly during growth.
Start-up gets $30 million to build test facility that will create diesel fuel from microbes fed a diet of sunlight and carbon dioxide.
For this week's giveaway, we're serving up a slick stand for the iPad, the Joule iPad stand from Element Case.
Two-year-old Joule Biotechnologies introduces its synthetic biology technology that uses engineered microorganisms to make ethanol from sunlight and carbon dioxide.
Start-up Joule Unlimited is on the forefront of using genetic engineering to replace petrofuels, trying to learn from shortcomings of other biofuel technologies.
Investor Steve Jurvetson is bullish on green innovation because entrepreneurs can tap into the rapid advances in genetic engineering and IT.
Have you ever thrown a remote control or a Wiimote at your TV and done it some damage? If so, Panasonic thinks it has the answer.