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Stories by Larry Greenemeier

Making Plastic Out of Pollution

An emerging crop of companies making plastic out of renewable resources and waste products promises to deliver an environmentally friendly harvest

November 8, 2007 — Larry Greenemeier

Mac Attack Targets Porn Surfers

Does a scheme for stealing personal information from Mac OS X users mean that a few bad Apples are about to spoil the bunch?

November 1, 2007 — Larry Greenemeier

Radio Free Africa

The Freeplay Foundation delivers environment-friendly radios to remote regions of Africa

October 12, 2007 — Larry Greenemeier

And the Oscar Goes to… a Robot

Industrial Light & Magic animators push the limits of computer animation technology to create lifelike shape-shifters in the Transformers movie

October 12, 2007 — Larry Greenemeier

Making Plastic as Strong as Steel

University of Michigan researchers have developed a nanoinfused polymer that is as strong as steel but as thin as plastic wrap

October 11, 2007 — Larry Greenemeier

Bright Future Ahead for Organic TVs

Sony's new organic light-emitting diode (OLED) television debuts in Japan later this year promising greater energy efficiency and color quality despite some manufacturing challenges

October 5, 2007 — Larry Greenemeier

The Secret Lives of Tool-Wielding Crows

Oxford University zoologists affix mini-cameras to New Caledonian crows to learn more about one of the few animals other than ourselves who use tools

October 4, 2007 — Larry Greenemeier

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