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Month: January 2013

New DOE online tool can help improve building and safety performance

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently unveiled a new online tool, the Building America Solutions Center, which provides information and services on building science and building efficiency. Buildings...

Why we need a U.S.-EU free trade agreement

Recent economic troubles on both sides of the Atlantic have underscored the need for renewed efforts to boost job creation and economic growth. The establishment of the U.S.-EU High...

Shale gas, chemistry and the manufacturing multiplier effect

The awards season is upon us and shale gas is winning acclaim as the star of America’s economic recovery. Kevin Bullis, senior editor for energy at MIT Technology Review,...

Officials: Pyrolysis to provide boost in northeast Colorado town

Fort Morgan, Colorado is the latest U.S. city poised to reap benefits from converting waste to energy. Recently, the Fort Morgan City Council unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding...

Fuel-efficient vehicles packed with chemistry innovations steal the scene in Detroit

Fuel-efficient vehicles stole the scene at this year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, signaling that chemistry-based innovations that improve automotive energy efficiency may power the industry for...