Blockchain is a technological innovation that is likely to disrupt not just our financial markets and institutions but will have significant implications for most businesses and industries. Here we provide a simple explanation of what blockchain is and how it works.
Tuskegee University researchers have discovered a new method that can be used to suspend tiny particles of cellulose in an organic solvent that is commonly used in the plastic industry. This technique could remove the current limitations and allow for the creation of a new kind of biodegradable cellulose-based plastic.
Metropolis editor in chief Susan Szenasy sits down with William McDonough—the designer, author, and developer of Cradle to Cradle design—to understand why we must employ a new language regarding carbon and sustainable design.
Adidas, a leader in the sporting goods industry, has unveiled its Futurecraft Biofabric performance shoe's prototype made of 100 per cent Biosteel fibre at the Biofabricate Conference in New York. This
If you are looking for someone to dispel some of the deep gloom that is engulfing the political and economic landscape at the moment, you could do worse than climb the two flights of stairs that lead to John Elkington’s Georgian offices off London’s Bloomsbury Square.
Why are global leaders and innovators the world over looking to a way of making secure records without central verification (a ‘distributed ledger’, as you may have heard blockchain technology described) to transform our social systems? Already in the
Irvine, Calif., Nov. 2, 2016 – Shane Ardo, assistant professor of chemistry at the University of California, Irvine, has been named a Moore Inventor Fellow by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and will receive $825,000 over three years to...
Enel has connected an 88 MW wind farm to the grid in Nojoli, South Africa, and launched a rural electrification project with Liter of Light, to bring sustainable light to the streets of its surrounding villages.
I'm often inspired by the idealism of the young. Well, Nancy Hughes, the founder of StoveTeam International, is 73, and, at an age when most people take it easy, the work she's doing is inspirational. Hughes is the founder and unpaid leader of StoveTeam, a role she fell into after her husband died in 2001. She'd…
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