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Do we need NASA? October 3, 2007 Almost 50 years after the space agency was founded, is it still worth spending $17.6 billion in taxpayer money a year to keep it going?
Alternative fuel for thought May 25, 2007 Gasoline has got to go, say big thinkers at the Future in Review conference. But what the replacement will be is far from clear.
Biofuels find a following April 24, 2007 Demand for eco-friendly transportation is driving innovation in both fuel and automotive technologies.
'Cheap' microjets take to the skies April 27, 2006 A new crop of small, light jets may make air taxi service affordable. Bill Gates is in on the game. Photos: Microjets cleared for takeoff
BP to fund biofuel research institute February 2, 2007 California and Illinois schools beat out competitors for a $500 million grant from the oil giant that will fund a new, huge energy lab.
Boxed in: America's new energy trap November 13, 2007 Michael Butler and Randy Shefman say miscalculations have temporarily boxed us in and led the U.S. off the path to energy self-sufficiency.
When in Rome, you might be tracked September 8, 2006 Telecom Italia-backed MIT mapping project, featured at the Venice Biennale, tracks people in Rome by cell phone. Images: Tracking those roaming around Rome
Year in review: The tech video files December 24, 2008 The CNET News crew had some lively encounters with tech in 2008, from a shocking workout to a superhero turn. And we've got the video to prove it.
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