Department of Defense Seeks Biodegradable Bullets

January 9, 2017 by  
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Calling all engineers: The Department of Defense is on the lookout for a new bullet that will sprout seeds, instead of waste, after it’s shot. In a call for proposals, the DoD says that the U.S. Army uses “hundreds of thousands of…

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Shopping Malls Changing or Closing Because "The World Is Awash In Stuff"

October 31, 2011 by  
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Former shopping malls are being converted to other uses or even demolished and replaced with housing. It’s about time.

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Activated carbon cloth could remove pollutants from wastewater

November 3, 2010 by  
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Eco Factor: Activated carbon cloth promotes decomposition of pollutants. Developed in the 1980s to protect British soldiers from chemical attacks, activated carbon cloth could have a number of other uses as well

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Siemens Zeolith Dishwasher Uses Moisture-Sucking Minerals To Boost Efficiency

February 19, 2010 by  
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Image via Dvice Engineers at Siemens have figured out a clever way recycle some of the energy a dishwasher uses during the wash cycle to make the dry cycle more efficient.

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!F Film Festival: Black Sea Eccentric Fights for Coasts

February 19, 2010 by  
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A still from An Argonaut in Ordu . Image via the !f International Independent Film Festival . The Turkish Black Sea coast, though ravaged in many places by over-development , is seen as one of the country’s last green, rugged areas

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