Toshiba’s ‘Clean’ Factory Farm Produces 3 Million Bags of Lettuce a Year Without Sunlight or Soil

November 14, 2014 by  
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    Does Toshiba hold the key to the future of factory farming? The massive tech giant recently unveiled their incredible “clean” factory farm, which is capable of growing up to 3 million heads of lettuce every year without using sunlight or soil. The factory farm, which is operating in a 21,000 square-foot electronic factory in Yokosuka, Japan , is to be used in the company’s new healthcare business and has the perfect germ-free environment for producing bagged lettuce, according to Toshiba and Science and Health . Read the rest of Toshiba’s ‘Clean’ Factory Farm Produces 3 Million Bags of Lettuce a Year Without Sunlight or Soil Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: agriculture , clean factory farm , clean farming , clean lettuce farming , factory , factory farming , farm , farming , green growing , lettuce , lettuce farming , Produce , sustainable food , sustainable growing , Toshiba , Toshiba 3 million heads lettuce , Toshiba factory farm , Toshiba lettuce farm

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Everything I need to know about Toshiba Biblio Leaf solar-powered eReader

December 22, 2010 by  
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What it is After LG launched its first solar-powered e-book reader over a year ago, we were pretty confident that other companies will soon follow the trend.

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Haven solar-powered emergency shelters can be stacked for easy transport

December 22, 2010 by  
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Eco Factor: Sustainable emergency shelters include solar panels for renewable electricity. The Haven is a concept emergency shelter that can easily be airlifted to disaster areas or war zones. Designed by Song Kee Hong, Timothy Hoo, Ng Teck Tiong and Felix Lee, the Haven units can be flattened and stacked to ease transportation

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Bill Gates Teams Up With Toshiba to Build Mini Nuclear Reactors

March 23, 2010 by  
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The new nuclear age has officially begun. First President Obama announced $8 billion in loan guarantees for nuclear power, and now Toshiba has teamed up with TerraPower , a Bill Gates-backed startup, to develop hot tub-sized nuclear reactors that only need to be refueled every 60 to 100 years . Read the rest of Bill Gates Teams Up With Toshiba to Build Mini Nuclear Reactors Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alternative energy , bill gates , nuclear energy , nuclear power , nuclear reactor , terrapower , Toshiba

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Methanol fuel cells for gadgets gain steam

November 2, 2009 by  
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A company called Direct Methanol Fuel Cell said on Monday it has licensed a patent from CalTech to build methanol-based gadget chargers, a week after Toshiba took the wraps off its own portable fuel cell. The patent will allow Direct Methanol Fuel Cell to design smaller portable charging packages for …

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