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The smart money is on renewable energy
Tim McDonnell, grist.org

Fossil fuel cheerleaders take note: Renewable energy ain’t going nowhere — and it may prove to be the better bet in the long run.By 2030, renewables will account for 70 percent of new power supply worldwide, according to projections released Monda…

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Smart money is on renewable energy

Tweet-Mining For Crowd Management, Social Weather, And Emergencies
BY BEN SCHILLER, fastcoexist.com

It’s not just for insane hashtags anymore! Twitcident is mining the service to help manage everything from fires to crowded concerts.

Twit­ter might seem like an enor­mous stream of aim­less chat­ter. But, to an increas­ing num­ber of agen­cies,…

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Twitcident: tweet mining for emergency management

Thinking of Starting a Business? Check Out Consumer Health Technology

April Joyner, inc.com

Inc. magazine

Apr 8, 2013

New apps and devices are bringing diagnosis and treatment straight to the end consumer.

fea­tured com­pa­ny
Well­frame brings arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence to heart care.

The Afford­able Care Act put a…

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Thinking of Starting a Business? Check Out Consumer Health Technology

The Ultimate Air Purifier Uses NASA Technology
By Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, fastcodesign.com

This $800 device, designed by NewDealDesign, zaps particles using titanium dioxide.

As the space pro­gram shift­ed its focus from putting life into space to sus­tain­ing life in space, the plen­ti­ful tech­nolo­gies to emerge from its hol­lowed…

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NASA based air purifier

Track Fuel Economy, Kill Check-Engine Lights With the Fitbit for Cars
Damon Lavrinc, wired.com

Everyone knows that mashing the gas, slamming on the brakes and cruising at high speeds kills fuel economy. And considering the average driver spends upwards of $3,000 a year on gas, you’d think people would be more inclined to change …

Damon…

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Automatic: Fitbit for cars