Features

New Life at an Old Airport

At the Stapleton Airport brownfield development site in Colorado, a creek once relegated to culverts now serves as a centerpiece for sustainable communities.

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Let the Circuits Roll

Flexible circuits fabricated by a roll-to-roll process that mimics newspaper printing may someday become ubiquitous in everyday electronic devices thanks to the Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing at Binghamton University

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Meeting an Important Need

In San Diego, the C5 center employs many innovations in helping service members severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan recover and readjust.

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Put Carbon in Its Place

Engineers at the National Energy Technology Laboratory are researching carbon sequestration as a possible solution to climate change, revealing several technologies for doing it.

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Cold But Super

By using superconductors — wires cooled to extremely low temperatures — SuperPower creates electric power devices that promise huge energy savings and improvements in electrical transmission networks

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Luxury Goes Green

In Greensboro, North Carolina, designers of the Proximity Hotel show that upscale lodging can be sustainable too.

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Bright Future

BrightFarms has pioneered rooftop hydroponic greenhouses for growing vegetables close to consumers in urban environments, offering myriad benefits such as reduced energy use and transportation costs.

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