Excess Human Body Heat Used to Keep Buildings Warm

Already being used in many places around the world, the idea of using human body heat to keep buildings warm during cold seasons gains...

Bakey’s Edible Cutlery Could Reduce Plastic Waste

New type of edible cutlery can put an end to careless disposal of plastic spoons and chop sticks. Plastic pollution is an enormous problem, which...

Teenager Develops $5 Device to Harness Wind and Solar Power

Thirteen years old Maanasa Mendu developed a $5-wind and solar hybrid system to generate renewable energy. Teenagers often manage to amaze us with their forward...

Charging Smartphones in Seconds with New Supercapacitors

New flexible supercapacitors hold the key to super-fast charging cell phones. Has it become the time when finally batteries are out and the new and...

Photo-Luminescent Road Paint: The Future of Energy-Efficient Road Networks

Do you remember the Biobulb, the first ever electric light bulb to use an entire ecosystem as a source of light? Or maybe this one...

Levitating Magnetic Wind Turbine – efficiency made in China

What could result if you combine magnetic power, wind power, and a huge-sized facility? Energy!!! It even results a lot of energy. How do...
A rendering of the LEAPTech aircraft

NASA Using Distributed Propulsion for Electric Airplane

An announcement made by NASA changes our perspective of Airplane wings and propulsion system. NASA announced its distributed propulsion design on which it was...
'Drumi', a pedal-powered portable washer-dryer

Drumi – The Pedal-Powered Laundry Washer That Doesn’t Need Electricity

Drumi, a pedal-powered portable washer-dryer presented at the 2015 Green Living Show at Toronto, doesn't need electricity, battery, generator or a solar panel. Ever worried about the...

Pot in Pot Refrigerator: Keeps Things Cool with no Electricity

Do you know this man? I didn't either. It not news anymore, but I was surprised when I read what Mohammed Bah Abba accomplished to do. He invented a food preserving system (aka "refrigerator") for the people in Nigeria. Until his invention they had to sell their crops immediately and have their children hawking all day for food instead of going to school.

Cellulose Nanopaper – Strong, Light and Green Alternative to Metals

New paper-like material made of cellulose is much stronger than metal, and could one day replace it. Alternative eco-friendly materials that can replace metals are...