This week Inhabitat reported on some of the controversial technology as a violation of South Korean scientists announced plans to clone a mammoth fur and the Biotechnology group of researchers suggest the human body to fight climate change. Printing technology has earned an upgrade of a researcher developing green laser “unprinter” is able to remove pages with a quick zap, and scientists are using 3D printers to create minimum car in the world in F1. Speaking of printing, the University of Austin just developed a revolutionary paper sensor that can be found in HIV and malaria is less than 10 cents and a team of aerospace engineers to create a pacemaker that manned liver.
Alternative energy news, this week we show off a solar-powered shipping container office makes two times more energy-consuming, and Arup launch a net-zero flashy arena 2022 world cup. We also highlight the brilliant six solar-powered installation art, a couple of pumps of oil to pop up in Midtown Manhattan, and bring you a stunning presence kinetic changes in the air. President Obama also delivered a speech in which he slammed his opponent for the purpose of their views on energy and the research team developed an ultra-thin battery that can power show the credit card.
Some breakthrough in green transportation projects will be launched this week as the first all-electric sedan in 2012 Coda on the road, and the mad scientist proposed maglev train in “Startram” that could make space travel cheaper and better. We also bring you the latest in the saga as the Chevy Volt Bob Lutz went on the defense for the Volt, Bill O’Reilly has caught when he flipped flopped his position on environmentally friendly vehicles, and we got the scoop from Rob Peterson hunting Volt production shutdown. Finally, we publish your submission of a field of wearable technology – including dazzling clothes “Aurora” is composed of 10,000 LEDs, space-age fashion line inspired by the Hubble photography, and pop-trouble mail-lock-led team break dancers.