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An ancient animal's blood is a modern medical miracle

Jun 17, 2014
The horseshoe crab's blue-colored blood is critical to modern medicine.
Posted In: horseshoe crabs, medicine, animals

Horseshoe crab blood (and, why conservation pays)

Jun 16, 2014
The race to find a synthetic replacement for the blood of horse shoe crabs.
Posted In: pharmaceuticals, nature, horseshoe crabs

Golf group hopes fewer holes means a better game

Jun 12, 2014
The U.S. Golf Association tells golfers to play shorter games.
Posted In: Golf, U.S. Open, Housing

Plugging in battery makers and battery innovators

Jun 11, 2014
A group founded by angel investors seeks efficiency in developing new batteries.
Posted In: green jobs, environmental marketing claims, batteries
Oil Production

How big is Iraq's oil industry now?

Jun 10, 2014
Iraq's oil production was booming before a pipeline to Turkey was bombed.
Posted In: energy, Oil, Iraq

'Greening' construction jobs for energy efficiency

Jun 10, 2014
Ambitious goals for energy conservation are turning blue collar jobs "green"
Posted In: green jobs, job training, CALCTP
Chalk Point Generating Station

Complying with the EPA, state by state

Jun 4, 2014
The EPA plan to curb carbon emission will let states device their own plans. We look at how they'll differ.
Central Utah Anchors State's Coal Mining Industry

The 'war on coal' is no fight to the death

Jun 3, 2014
Even with EPA goals, 30 percent of U.S. electricity will come from burning coal.
Posted In: coal, EPA
EPA Admin Gina McCarthy

Reduce carbon, create jobs?

Jun 3, 2014
The EPA says reducing carbon emissions will cost billions but create energy jobs.
Posted In: EPA, carbon emissions
EPA Admin Gina McCarthy Announces New Regulations Under Obama's Climate Action Plan

We're already halfway toward the EPA's new CO2 limits

Jun 2, 2014
That's the good news. Less good: The next half is the hard part.
Posted In: EPA, pollution, regulations

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