At Georgia Tech’s Center for Biologically Inspired Design, engineers work with biologists to decipher the secrets of design from nature.
At the Stapleton Airport brownfield development site in Colorado, a creek once relegated to culverts now serves as a centerpiece for sustainable communities.
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
In San Diego, the C5 center employs many innovations in helping service members severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan recover and readjust.
Engineers at the National Energy Technology Laboratory are researching carbon sequestration as a possible solution to climate change, revealing several technologies for doing it.
EnerDel develops cutting-edge lithium-ion batteries as engineers figure out how to mass-produce them for today’s hybrid and electric vehicles.
Phoenix, Arizona’s new Metro Light Rail system has proven immensely popular with its many modern features.
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
In Greensboro, North Carolina, designers of the Proximity Hotel show that upscale lodging can be sustainable too.
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.