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Ubiquitous Computing RFID System pt.1/2

A computer controlled environment, an “Everyware” world, as Adam Greenfield calls it, is a world in which computers are embedded and merged seamlessly everywhere in the environment. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags communicate their position and other information constantly in a vast network. Everyday objects become “searchable” as if they were part of the interconnected […]

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Ubiquitous Computing RFID System pt.2/2

A computer controlled environment, an “Everyware” world, as Adam Greenfield calls it, is a world in which computers are embedded and merged seamlessly everywhere in the environment. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags communicate their position and other information constantly in a vast network. Everyday objects become “searchable” as if they were part of the interconnected […]

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Nanotechnology for Alternative Energy Sources

An introduction to the study of alternative energy sources. Researches use ground-breaking atomic imaging techniques to view hydrogen atoms moving on a specialized surface. Duration : 0:5:4

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Green Nanotechnology

Some are calling it a revolution in manufacturing technology. But, will nanotechnology be a “green” industry? It’s a question that some scientists are saying needs to be answered now, before nano-tech goes big-time. This ScienCentral News video has more. Duration : 0:1:51

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Applied Materials Introduces Unique Environmental Card Game

Applied Materials’ Bright Future Card Game is a unique educational tool designed to engage students, ages nine and up, in becoming good stewards of the Earth’s resources. Duration : 0:2:7

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Making Nanotechnology Safer

Environmental Defense’s Director of Corporate Partnerships Gwen Ruta talks about our work with DuPont to develop safe standards for nanotechnology. Duration : 0:1:51

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Emerging Technologies: Green Nanotech & MEMS – AlwaysOn GoingGreen 2007

A distinguished panel of industry experts discuss who is using nanotechnology and MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) to create viable solar energy, cheaper and cleaner water treatment, better batteries, and what other green innovations are being furthered by nanotech and MEMS? Including moderator David Scott Lewis, SVP, Zytech Solar, Pankaj Dhingra, CEO, Nanostellar, Inc, Deepak Srivastava, CTO, […]