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Imagine a factory where every product remembers how it was made.
Companies are racing to develop ways to make the 100-meter blades needed to make offshore wind compete with fossil fuels.
Economist Ricardo Hausmann says the U.S. has a chance to invent the manufacturing technology of tomorrow.
Advanced materials and smart design could lower turbine blade costs by 40 percent.
Sixty-six new energy research projects were announced on Wednesday. Here are some interesting ones.
The technology could make it cheaper to use wind and solar power and to switch to natural gas from coal.
The outlook is bleak in the U.S. and complicated in other countries.
High-tech ceramics are the key to making a new energy storage technology.Photographs by Kevin Bullis | Technology Review