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Artveoli combines algae and microfluidics to generate fresh air indoors

Artveoli is a biotech startup that's building an air purifying device that aims to convert carbon dioxide into oxygen in indoor environments by harnessing the photosynthetic properties of algae. The s

Sizing Up Symantec's Corporate Social Responsibility

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/symantec.jpg" />Symantec, the software and security company best known for its Norton internet security and antivirus software, released its <

Blowback from the Green Offensive

Green marketing may be hitting a saturation point. At least, I’ve come to think that at some point it will. Is it now? I don’t know. It just seems to me that all marketing pushes eventually run ou

Toshiba showing its green side at IFA 2008

Green is still a buzzword worth marketing and Toshiba is showing off its environment friendly products at this years IFA. The companies LCD power consumption is being slashed by 20% over ’06 mod

Where to put all this CO2? Store it underground, Japan says

In a move to curb global warming, the Japanese government today announced a number of measures to implemented in the next years. It decided to put into practice a technology aimed at storing CO2 under

HDTV gas worse than carbon dioxide

Wha happen?! Bloops! It seems the gas inside flat-panel displays, Nitrogen Trifluoride (NF3), is 17,000 times better than CO2 when it comes to trapping heat in the atmosphere. The gas isn’t very

Science brings us slower global warming, less driver guilt

Scienticians have developed a way to scrub CO2 out of the air we breathe, meaning global warming from carbon emissions — like that produced from flying or driving — might be neutralized. I