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A new kind of quantum dot optics could give us LCD screens that have better color than we've ever seen before.
As part of an upcoming fashion show, models will wear electrogarments from a student-designed clothing line called Irradiance.
LEDs light the way 100 feet ahead with 270 degrees of coverage.
Growing plants indoors in psychedelic hydroponic conditions consumes less energy, space and water than growing them in fields outside.
Alternative power, from sunlight to human muscle tops out this week's gallery.
Take a spin around the globe to see how the holiday sparkles.
IBM researchers are turning discarded laptop batteries into a power source for light bulbs.
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