At various locations in the Midwest and East, companies are converting spent limestone mines to subsurface business parks offering a host of advantages
Volunteer engineers with Minnesota-based Compatible Technology International develop basic equipment to help people in developing countries process food. It may sound easy, but it’s not.
From a mountain in Arizona, the Large Binocular Telescope peers deep into the heavens as the world’s most powerful optical telescope
By introducing air and water into solid waste, a bioreactor landfill in Florida hastens the decomposition process, extending landfill life and generating methane gas for energy
Green roofs are sprouting in Chicago as environmental and structural engineers find ways to accommodate them on new and existing buildings
Lighting Science Group is pioneering solid state lighting with its environmental advantages in a movement to replace incandescent lighting
An aerial tram in Portland, Oregon carries passengers from downtown to a hilltop campus, reducing commuting time and vehicle miles
In sunny Las Vegas, the water utility has installed a far-flung solar generating system that powers its own facilities and feeds renewable power to the electrical grid
Zyvex focuses on the semiconductor industry in its quest to revolutionize manufacturing through nanotechnology
At Georgia Tech’s Center for Biologically Inspired Design, engineers work with biologists to decipher the secrets of design from nature.