On June 4, 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced the winner of the My Air, My Health Challenge. This challenge called upon innovators nationwide to design a small, low-cost sensor that integrates air quality measurements with related health data, such as heart rate and breathing. Such innovations will help […]
The ASES National Solar Conference – now in its 42nd year – brings the intellectual resources of the clean energy community together for a crucial cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas. Soliciting peer-reviewed scientific papers from engineers, chemists, physicists, social sciences and other disciplines, ASES taps the the nation’s best universities, the Department of Energy’s national laboratories […]
Call for Participation: ASES National Solar Conference in Baltimore, Maryland – April 16-19, 2013.
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Last month we introduced you to the LowLine, a sustainability-focused project in NYC. The goal of the LowLine is to transform an abandoned train station into a beautiful underground park using fiber-optic solar technology. This project garnered worldwide attention and as result, it exceeded it’s fundraising goal on KickStarter by 55%. This extra funding means […]