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A Google map reveals the location of nuclear power plants worldwide along with the population density surrounding it. by Tuan C. Nguyen  Read the full story
The NovoTTF-100A System generates electrical fields through the scalp. It might be an alternative to chemotherapy for treating aggressive brain tumors.  Read the full story
Buildings equipped with 'power windows' could bring solar energy to new heights, and researchers from MIT are aiming high.  Read the full story
Some city officials plan to swiftly implement new technologies that will help law enforcement crack down on unlawful parking. by Tuan C. Nguyen  Read the full story
The proliferation of smartphones is allowing scientists to capture an unprecedented amount of information about people.  Read the full story
Environment and energy writer Bill Tucker says nuclear energy is here to stay, and America needs to embrace it.  Read the full story
Up next: the giant cereal and food company is focusing on sustainable agricultural sourcing practices. by Heather Clancy  Read the full story
Painful prices at the pump are forcing many drivers to rethink their current means of transportation. One option? Hybrids.  Read the full story
With the help of a full-body scanning machine and a data-minded startup, mall shoppers may soon see better fitting clothes.  Read the full story
New studies show how economic pressures in modern society cause humans to throw our ecosystem's natural food cycles off kilter. by Melanie D.G. Kaplan  Read the full story
Electricity is still largely generated by "dirty sources," and that has a major impact on many green technologies like electric cars.  Read the full story
Stuart Karten Design and USC have developed a program that motivates kids to adopt healthier diets and behaviors using jeans and a 'magic mirror.'  Read the full story
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