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  • Article - 6 May 2016
    Derived from the two Greek words hydro and ponos, meaning water and labor respectively, hydroponics is defined as a method of growing plants in water.
  • News - 6 Feb 2008
    In the Southern Ocean, large quantities of surface-drifting plankton algae are able to significantly reduce the carbon dioxide content of the surface waters, which can affect the global carbon dioxide...
  • News - 3 Feb 2008
    A team of scientists representing six international institutions, including Texas A+M University, has succeeded in reaching the summit of Antarctica – also a monumental achievement for...
  • News - 31 Jan 2008
    Today, Green Star Products, Inc., announced that it has acquired a license to utilize a breakthrough processing technology to convert algae biomass to feedstock oil and cellulose sugars for the...
  • Article - 13 Dec 2013
    River turbines are based on a simple technology designed to harness energy from flowing water. It is a clean and renewable source of power. Large-scale application of river turbines covering a land...
  • Article - 6 Dec 2013
    With fossil fuel reserves expected to run out within the next century, the need to use renewable sources of energy such as solar power has never been so great.
  • Article - 30 Nov 2013
    Natural coral reefs are complex ecosystems primarily observed in tropical waters. These structures made up of calcium carbonate occupy less than 0.1% of the ocean’s surface, but provide shelter to...
  • News - 28 Jan 2008
    In recognition of the growing importance of clean technology, President Bush will announce tonight a commitment of $2 billion over the next three years to create a new international clean energy...
  • Article - 11 Nov 2013
    Greenhouses are glass structures designed for growing plants. Farmers in colder regions use greenhouses to try and extend the growing season of their crops. They work on the principle of convection...
  • News - 24 Jan 2008
    Capping a year of record growth in 2007 for GE Energy's wind business, the company's agreement with Invenergy LLC of more than $1 billion marks one of the largest commitments for wind turbines...
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