Another way to use waste: a California start-up plans to test a mobile wastewater biorefinery that turns sewage sludge into a biodegradable plastic.
Researchers in China have adapted carbon nanotubes into a sponge-like material that can be squeezed dry and used to mop up oil spills.
A joint project of Applied CleanTech and Qteros combines feedstock made from sewage sludge and a microbe-based process for turning cellulose into ethanol.
How to power robots that go where humans fear to tread? A new device works like an artificial heart to pump pee into the "engine room" of self-sustaining bots.
In today's podcast, we talk about AT&T allowing VoIP apps to run on its network, allowing services like Skype to work over 3G, and not just Wi-Fi--as well as some of today's top stories.
Crave explores Kilo, one of the first mass-produced glow-in-the-dark bicycles to hit the pavement.
The lead singer of Nine Inch Nails, a pioneer in social networking, has formally closed his Twitter account. He's following through on his "I'm out" statement.
Pudding Monsters offers a fun and quirky twist on the age-old concept of puzzle games, but until it gets more levels, opt for the free version.
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A liquid battery that could allow electric cars to be recharged in minutes at existing petrol stations has been created by MIT scientists.