Food researchers use bacteria found in baby feces to create a sausage with probiotic benefits. They even say it tastes "very good."
Sometimes, power goes out, data centers go down, and people get annoyed. Now Microsoft is building a more reliable data center, powered by the byproducts of life.
Willow Garage's $400,000 PR2 humanoid robot becomes ever more useful with its poop-scooping skills.
A gasification system is set to convert more than 90 percent of the Denver Zoo's waste into energy that can, among other things, fuel a rickshaw.
The bigger the poop you add to these public park bins in Mexico, the more Wi-Fi you get. Are chihuahuas up to the task?
A Japanese scientist reportedly finds a way to do something ecologically useful: create artificial meat from sewage containing feces. But doesn't the story smell just a little funny?
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Engineers from U.K.-based Geneco unveil a modified Volkswagen Beetle that runs on compressed methane gas extracted from human waste. A Dung Beetle, if you will.
That is, sadly, the new name for the International Space Station, where astronauts have a real problem to contend with, unlike the New Mexico folks trying to ban public Wi-Fi.
It's a tortured analogy sort of day, including some confusing stuff about water and water bottles and then a whole long thing about a sandbox, poop, and dirty diamonds. You'll love it.