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The Plant Binder Lignin Could Replace Petroleum-Based Chemicals

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison found a way to break down the sturdy bonds of a biomaterial that is typically classified as waste. More

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Biobulb: A Lightbulb Powered by Microbes

Students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison created a bioluminescent lightbulb. More

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Biobulb: A Lightbulb Powered by Microbes

Students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison created a bioluminescent lightbulb. More

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Biobulb: A Lightbulb Powered by Microbes

Students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison created a bioluminescent lightbulb. More

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U.S. Forest Services Develops Wood-based Nanomaterial

Wood-based nanomaterials are being developed for clear-composite windshields and... More

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Richard Florida's Creative Class Theory Short on Proof

In the first issue of the Twin Cities’ new magazine, 'Thirty Two,' an award-winning travel writer named Frank Bures has written a rather long takedown of Richard Florida’s Creative Class theory of urban revitalization. More

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Best Education AV Project (tie)

Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery More

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Madison Children's Museum

An abundance of reused materials characterize the new LEED-certified museum in Madison, Wisc. More

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Sky Vegetables

SKY VEGETABLES, MADISON, WIS., is an urban-agriculture firm that uses a sustainable model to farm produce on grocery-store rooftops. More

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Solar-Powered Outdoor Lighting

From very simple residential steplight systems to serious major lighting... More

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