Biodegradable

11.13.14
Drone made of fungi can disintegrate to keep its spying activities a secret (updated)
11.13.14

Drone made of fungi can disintegrate to keep its spying activities a secret (updated)

You know what's stealthier than an ordinary drone? One that can disintegrate when it needs to, in...

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04.13.13
Griffin brings Papernomad's durable eco-friendly sleeves to North America
04.13.13

Griffin brings Papernomad's durable eco-friendly sleeves to North America

As TUAW's official case-tester-in-chief, I've seen cases and sleeves for iPhones, iPads and Mac...

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05.02.12
Environmentally friendly robots will feed the flowers they trample
05.02.12

Environmentally friendly robots will feed the flowers they trample

Dr Jonathan Rossiter, a senior lecturer at the University of Bristol's Department of Engineering a...

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03.11.12
Tel Aviv University develops biodegradable transistor, literally man made
03.11.12

Tel Aviv University develops biodegradable transistor, literally man made

Blood sweat and tears go into many projects, and in this case almost literally -- although technica...

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04.16.11
Paper alloy takes shape for biodegradable consumer electronics (write your own origami joke)
04.16.11

Paper alloy takes shape for biodegradable consumer electronics (write your own origami joke)

So you're anxiously awaiting your biodegradable car and your biodegradable 3D glasses, waiting for...

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10.24.10
Inhabitat's Week in Green: solar paper planes, Denmark's flaming tower, and used coffee power
10.24.10

Inhabitat's Week in Green: solar paper planes, Denmark's flaming tower, and used coffee power

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean te...

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10.17.10
Inhabitat's Week in Green: the world's largest laser fired, icy roof tiles admired, faucet lamps inspired
10.17.10

Inhabitat's Week in Green: the world's largest laser fired, icy roof tiles admired, faucet lamps inspired

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean te...

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06.24.10
Self-assembling nanodevices could advance medicine one tiny leap at a time
06.24.10

Self-assembling nanodevices could advance medicine one tiny leap at a time

Seems like Harvard wasn't content with making robotic bees, and has taken its quest for miniaturiza...

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03.17.10
Oculus3D vies to be the greener solution in disposable 3D shades
03.17.10

Oculus3D vies to be the greener solution in disposable 3D shades

As of December, RealD cinemas alone served 100 million moviegoers, and even if the vast majority re...

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