Month: July 2017

Robotic eel tracks down pollution in lakes

Robotic eel tracks down pollution in lakes

The modular robot could swim through bodies of water to detect and find the source of pollutants. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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New technology quickly turns food waste into fuel

New technology quickly turns food waste into fuel

The process is so efficient it extracts all of the potential energy from the food scraps. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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MIT robot swims through water and gas pipes to detect leaks

MIT robot swims through water and gas pipes to detect leaks

The robot finds even tiny leaks so that they can be fixed before they become a catastrophic problem. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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My life with backyard chickens

My life with backyard chickens

It’s been one month since my new little flock arrived, and we’ve had some unexpected excitement. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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MIT robot swims through water and gas pipes to detect leaks

MIT robot swims through water and gas pipes to detect leaks

The robot finds even tiny leaks so that they can be fixed before they become a catastrophic problem. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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My life with backyard chickens

My life with backyard chickens

It’s been one month since my new little flock arrived, and we’ve had some unexpected excitement. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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Round & round: OGarden orbits plants around the light to grow 80 at a time

Round & round: OGarden orbits plants around the light to grow 80 at a time

This indoor grow unit claims to enable users to harvest up to 2 to 4 vegetables daily, year-round, with just 5 minutes of maintenance per day. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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How farmers are fighting ticks with feathery fowl

How farmers are fighting ticks with feathery fowl

Chickens and guineas are “tick-eating machines,” according to many poultry enthusiasts. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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