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18 Aug 2014

NYC Has More Food Waste To Energy Tricks Up Its Sleeve

New York City is set to expand its new food waste-to-energy pilot program this fall from a somewhat measly two tons per day straight up to 50 tons per day. NYC Has More Food Waste To Energy
17 Aug 2014

Citi Bike To Expand To Queens, North Manhattan, Williamsburg, & More

Bicycles are here to stay. Sometimes a bicycle gets you from here to there faster than the subway. Luckily, Citi Bike, NYC’s bike-sharing program, keeps growing. It is expanding due to increased funds. Very soon, Queens will have
15 Aug 2014

Halide Salts Make Lithium Batteries More Durable

Chemical engineers at Cornell University used halide salts to create safer, longer-lasting lithium batteries. The Daily Fusion
15 Aug 2014

Volkswagen, Audi to Offer More Sustainable Driving Experience

As the Volkswagen family of automobiles enters their new hybrid and electric vehicles to the U.S. they’ve already started partnering with companies to offer a more sustainable driving experience, like home solar power and carbon sequestration. The
13 Aug 2014

Choosing Gas Could Cost 40% More Than Renewable Energy

RenewEconomy By Sophie Vorrath Relying on gas-fired electricity generation “as a serious option” for reducing greenhouse emissions and cleaning up Australia’s power sector could cost up to 40 per cent more than a shift to renewables, and leave
9 Aug 2014

There is more to mobile web development than just HTML, Javascript and CSS

Web apps are still an easier choice for many enterprises to make when it comes to deciding how best to develop for smart devices. Even if they wanted to develop a native app, often times they simply
1 Aug 2014

Do we really need more sites for up-voting viral content? The Independent seems to think so

You might think the market for viral clickbait sites is already saturated, but The Independent newspaper in Britain has launched its own version anyway, called i100 — complete with celebrity gossip, cat photos and large, red “upvote”
1 Aug 2014

Simulation Model to Make Hydroelectric Plants More Efficient

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB in Ilmenau are developing information technology to make water power generation systems more efficient. The Daily Fusion
1 Aug 2014

New Dyes Help Solar Cells Harvest More Light

Researchers have developed zinc porphyrin dyes that harvest light in both the visible and near-infrared parts of the spectrum. The Daily Fusion
31 Jul 2014

Internet of Things: Envisioning an Even More Interconnected World

While we’re not exactly living in the times of Marty McFly or George Jetson, our world is quickly becoming smarter and more interconnected, thanks to the rapidly growing Internet of Things sector.  Internet of Things, or IoT,