Université Laval Wins 1st Place at the Shell Eco-Marathon Americas 2013, Achieving 3,587 MPG

April 10, 2013 by  
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FabCafe Lets You 3D-Print a Gummy Version of Yourself

April 10, 2013 by  
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Gummies aren’t just for bears and worms anymore. Tokyo’s  FabCafe in Shibuya recently offered nine lucky customers the chance to create a 3D-printed gummy version of themselves! Using the café’s 3D body scanner , customers made colorful gummies of their bodies for White Day  – a Japanese follow-up to Valentine’s Day. Read the rest of FabCafe Lets You 3D-Print a Gummy Version of Yourself Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3d body scan , 3d printed food , 3d printed gummy humans , 3d scanner , eco design , Fabcafe , green design , sustainable design        

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Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia for $15 Worth of Electricity

February 11, 2013 by  
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A lightweight carbon-fiber car that runs on lithium-ion batteries and a portable wind turbine has just traveled 3,000 miles across Australia—and it used only $15 worth of electricity. The car, dubbed Wind Explorer, was designed by New Jersey-based Evonik Industries to demonstrate the potential of the company’s developments in battery power and lightweight materials . Read the rest of Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia for $15 Worth of Electricity Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon fiber car , clean energy transportation , energy efficient cars , Evonik Industries New Jersey , fuel efficient vehicles , green technology , green transportation , hybrid cars , lightweight electric vehicles , lightweight materials , lithium ion battery cars , wind energy , Wind Explorer car , wind powered car

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Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia for $15 Worth of Electricity

Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia for $15 Worth of Electricity

February 11, 2013 by  
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A lightweight carbon-fiber car that runs on lithium-ion batteries and a portable wind turbine has just traveled 3,000 miles across Australia—and it used only $15 worth of electricity. The car, dubbed Wind Explorer, was designed by New Jersey-based Evonik Industries to demonstrate the potential of the company’s developments in battery power and lightweight materials . Read the rest of Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia for $15 Worth of Electricity Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon fiber car , clean energy transportation , energy efficient cars , Evonik Industries New Jersey , fuel efficient vehicles , green technology , green transportation , hybrid cars , lightweight electric vehicles , lightweight materials , lithium ion battery cars , wind energy , Wind Explorer car , wind powered car

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Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia for $15 Worth of Electricity

Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia for $15 Worth of Electricity

February 11, 2013 by  
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A lightweight carbon-fiber car that runs on lithium-ion batteries and a portable wind turbine has just traveled 3,000 miles across Australia—and it used only $15 worth of electricity. The car, dubbed Wind Explorer, was designed by New Jersey-based Evonik Industries to demonstrate the potential of the company’s developments in battery power and lightweight materials . Read the rest of Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia for $15 Worth of Electricity Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon fiber car , clean energy transportation , energy efficient cars , Evonik Industries New Jersey , fuel efficient vehicles , green technology , green transportation , hybrid cars , lightweight electric vehicles , lightweight materials , lithium ion battery cars , wind energy , Wind Explorer car , wind powered car

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Aston University students build ‘Super Eco’ car for Shell Eco Marathon

May 26, 2011 by  
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Pragyab: It’s good to hear that more and more environmentally friendly vehicles are being built these days. Perhaps, the one reason for the increase in the number of such vehicles are events like the Shell Eco Marathon, which encourages young people to build energy-efficient vehicles.

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