July 1st, 2019 | by Jake Richardson
To supply a public health perspective on climate change, Dr. Boris D. Lushniak, MD, MPH, retired Rear Admiral, and dean of the University of Maryland School of Public Health, answered some questions for CleanTechnica
April 30th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley
A team of physicians and engineers in Maryland have successfully delivered a human kidney to a transplant patient using an unmanned aircraft. The process took 3 years to develop.
September 7th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill
A new study published this week has revealed the possibility that large-scale development of wind and solar in the Sahara Desert could result in increases to local temperature, precipitation, and vegetation, resulting in overall beneficial environmental changes.
April 25th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill
Nearly 60% of American voters oppose tariffs recently imposed on imported solar cells and modules by US President Trump according to a new survey, including a majority in districts classified as "very red" despite nearly 60% of Republicans favoring the tariffs.
March 14th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley
Researchers at the University of Maryland have created a new class of insulation material made from wood. Called nanowood, it is cheaper and stronger than other insulation materials, plus it insulates better and is biodegradable.
February 9th, 2018 | by Tina Casey
The cars of the future could be thrown on the compost heap when they die, if a new type of wood with Superman strength can make it out of the lab and onto the assembly line
September 11th, 2017 | by Tina Casey
The US Army has been focusing on wearable electronics and advanced lithium-ion batteries to power the fighting force of the future, and they’ve come up with a new approach to energy storage that is tailor-made for your home electronics, too.
August 7th, 2017 | by Tina Casey
Trump talks up fossil fuels, but his own DOE forges ahead with a new energy storage initiative aimed squarely at pumping up EV range and cutting costs
September 19th, 2016 | by Guest Contributor
Originally published on Nexus Media. By Jeremy Deaton This year we saw a solar-powered plane circumnavigate the globe and a [&hellip
March 2nd, 2016 | by Tina Casey
The new all-electric Corvette EV from US car maker Genovation hit the high mark for street legal EV speed, beating out the previous record set by Finland
November 11th, 2014 | by Tina Casey
Researchers at the University of Maryland have stripped next generation energy storage technology down to the "ultimate miniaturization."
October 20th, 2014 | by Joshua S Hill
Despite my well-publicised love for offshore wind farms and wind technology in general, the reality is that pursuing such a [&hellip
June 14th, 2014 | by Amber Archangel
Originally published on 1Sun4All. The University of Maryland’s WaterShed, which took first place in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011, [&hellip
October 30th, 2013 | by Tina Casey
We interrupt our all-Tesla-all-the-time programming for this special announcement: Genovation Cars, a company that all but dropped off the radar [&hellip
August 24th, 2013 | by Tina Casey
While lithium-ion batteries are current champs of the electric vehicle market, fuel cells are beginning to come on strong. If [&hellip
March 19th, 2013 | by Nicholas Brown
Researchers at the University of Maryland NanoCentre have developed yet another silicon-based lithium-ion battery technology which they say could be [&hellip
March 1st, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan
The U.S. Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) this week announced that 17 projects it has helped jump-start have “demonstrated [&hellip
February 2nd, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan
If you recall, WaterShed (a solar-powered and highly energy-efficient house built by University of Maryland students, faculty and professional partners) won the 2011 Solar Decathlon. Electric company Pepco has now bought the building and is going to put it on public display at one of its facilities in Montgomery County, Maryland
December 19th, 2010 | by Tina Casey
Tobacco has brought wealth, pleasure, poverty, pain and misery to millions, but now its chaotic role in American life seems [&hellip