Robotics | IoT
Cheaper plant sensors could bring monitoring to individual plants on a massive scale
Water-scarce cities could get a new source of the precious resource through a simple and cost-effective technology.
Green technologies are not yet proved, affordable, or deployable—but even if they were, it would still take them generations to solve our environmental problems
Indoor farms run by AI and lit by LEDs can be more efficient than field agriculture, but can they significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
Low-power ways to grow algae could lock in carbon dioxide and feed the world
To make drone package delivery green, look at drone size, electricity source, and warehouses, researchers say
A new recycling process requires half the energy of conventional techniques and produces ready-to-use cathode materials
Making outdoor lighting more efficient doesn’t reduce light pollution—it encourages people to use more light
It’s just the latest effort in Smart Village’s mission to bring electricity to more than 50 million people by 2025