Open-source phytoremediation project tackles the Tiber River’s pollution crisis

April 15, 2016 by  
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10 inspiring upcycled designs that will make you think twice before tossing anything

April 15, 2016 by  
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Artists Recreate Famous Art Galleries Using Gingerbread and Candy

December 2, 2013 by  
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Read the rest of Artists Recreate Famous Art Galleries Using Gingerbread and Candy Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Art Basel , art galleries made from gingerbread houses , art museum , Caitlin Levin , Dylan’s Candy Bar , gingerbread art galleries , gingerbread house , Guggenheim Museum , Henry Hargreaves , Karuizawa Museum , louvre , mas antwerp , MAXXI , museo soumaya , Tate Modern        

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myPower Converts Energy from Your Daily Run into Renewable Power for Your Mobile Phone

December 2, 2013 by  
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Between portable batteries and cases with built-in power, there are a multitude of ways to recharge your device on the go. Unfortunately, all of them require that you pre-charge the backup itself. However, a team of researchers from Northwestern University has a solution in the works that could let you charge your mobile device as you take your morning run. Called the myPower, the device captures a runner’s kinetic energy , transforming a 45-minute run into enough electricity to keep a  smartphone running for eight hours. Read the rest of myPower Converts Energy from Your Daily Run into Renewable Power for Your Mobile Phone Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 1776 Challenge Cup Energy Division , 1776 Challenge Cup winner , Alexander Smith , carbon dioxide , carbon footprint , device that converts running into electricity , Kinectic Energy , man powered , Michael Geier , myPower , myPower wins the 1776 Challenge Cup , Northwestern Univeristy wins the 1776 Challenge Cup , Northwestern University , NUvention Energy , piezoelectric , rechargeable batteries , smartphone , Tajas Shastry , ways to recharge your phone on the go        

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