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China's space station could be operational within ten years. Here's what we know about it.  Read the full story
Your city's future street lamp: more energy efficient, more powerful, more acute in its light projection and longer lasting. Sunovia leads the way.  Read the full story
Walk Friendly Communities make it safe and easy for pedestrians to get around cities on foot. Is your city on the list?  Read the full story
Welcome to the new, improved and redesigned SmartPlanet. Here's why we changed things, and why we're so gosh darn excited about it.  Read the full story
Homebuilder Meritage has unveiled what it says is the first "net-zero" production home built in the United States. Can it scale a greener house?  Read the full story
Mitsubishi announces pricing for its all-electric urban vehicle named, simply, "i."  Read the full story
Lexus unveiled the Lf-GH concept car, a hybrid model that hinted at a new design direction for the company.  Read the full story
The backlash against agribusiness continues, as more non-profits and non-governmental organizations call for better support of smaller farmers and sustainable agricultural practices.  Read the full story
UC San Diego researchers figure out a game changing discovery: How to grow stem cells, without them causing tumors in laboratory mice.  Read the full story
Which wave power apparatuses could emerge as the developing industry's darlings? With new testing grounds, two universities in the Pacific Northwest aim to find out how some of them perform.  Read the full story
Scotts Miracle-Gro announces that its products will be phosphorus-free by the end of 2012, while the company uses technology to develop more efficient uses of nitrogen in its fertilizers.  Read the full story
A powerful laser may shed some light on some of the more perplexing mysteries of quantum mechanics.  Read the full story
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