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San Marino students who helped design a science experiment conducted in space participated Thursday in the video conference of a lifetime — a chat with astronauts aboard the International Space Station. “My jaw kind of dropped a little bit...
Caltech students and professors looking to create green energy now have a sustainable central hub. Over the past 18 months workers gutted the 1971 Earle M. Jorgensen Laboratory and renovated it into a modern glass building to house the Resnick...
The technology exists to make auto, home and jet fuel from sunlight and water, but Caltech professor Harry Gray told an audience this week that the United States lacks the will and money to accelerate the use of alternative sources of energy. “If...
The Pasadena City Council is preparing for a long-term increase in power costs and rate increases to consumers as it strives to meet state and local clean-energy goals over the next several years. A state law enacted last year requires that by 2020,...
Pasadena City Councilman Terry Tornek is used to casting multi-million-dollar votes, but when the council in July decided to spend tens of millions on renewable energy, he thought city leaders lacked the expertise they needed. He wants the city to form...
The idea of passive house design isn't new. It was first promoted in the early 1990s. But the concept — virtually airtight buildings, heavily insulated and using triple-glazed windows, requiring little energy for heating or cooling — has yet...
Farmers considering energy beet production in the future should assess what herbicides they use during this growing season due to potential residue impact. Many growers across North Dakota are looking hard at a new industrial crop called energy beets,...
Flexible builder focuses on quality, value Inland Opportunity Hinsdale Hamptons, L.L.C., Next Generation Development, L.L.C. is the builder of The Hamptons of Hinsdale 8 E. Kennedy Lane, Hinsdale. We asked them about their business. Q: How many...
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Staff WriterIMPERIAL — The critical nature of the Valley’s economy and future took center stage Thursday as a top representative from the United States Department of Agriculture met with local stakeholders in a roundtable discussion. USDA Acting Deputy...
The Borough of Chambersburg and an area business have been awarded state funding to purchase natural gas vehicles or convert existing vehicles to natural gas. The Borough of Chambersburg, along with project partners IESI Corp. and the Borough of...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Unity Gardens grows more than just vegetables, according to executive director Sara Stewart. It's growing more community, education and opportunity with each passing season, she said. The Unity Gardens grand opening for this season --...
Happy 400 ppm week! What’d you get me? This past week the Earth passed a wondrous milestone: atmospheric carbon dioxide levels reached 400 parts per million, a level not seen on the planet in at least two million years but probably more like ten...
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