A joint project of Applied CleanTech and Qteros combines feedstock made from sewage sludge and a microbe-based process for turning cellulose into ethanol.
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.
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.
Crave explores Kilo, one of the first mass-produced glow-in-the-dark bicycles to hit the pavement.
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.
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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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.
A liquid battery that could allow electric cars to be recharged in minutes at existing petrol stations has been created by MIT scientists.
Tired of finding that someone's snagged your sandwich at the office? Want to make a comment about your wife's cooking? Have a sixth-grade sense of humor? Try these containers.