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Does government funding of science reward U.S. taxpayers?

How government funding of science rewards U.S. taxpayers It seems like there is a constant debate about the governments role in funding projects. This article points out that there are always going to be projects that fail and succeed. Specifically, … Continue reading

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Who Is Best Poised To Lead The Clean Energy Revolution?

Which country is the leader in developing renewable energy technologies?

Interestingly, China does not make the top ten list of innovators (global rank is #19) despite China’s lead in manufacturing renewable energy technology.  

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NRC gives RFS little hope for 2022 deadlines

Certain Biofuel Mandates Unlikely to Be Met by 2022 Unless New Technologies, Policies Developed The National Research Council expects the RFS to miss 2022 targets for advanced and cellulosic biofuels unless researchers and government develop better technologies and policies in … Continue reading

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Green Economy is Real but Needs a Push, Study Suggests

What is the ‘Green Economy’ and where is it at compared to the economy as a whole? \’Green\’ Economy is Real but Needs a Push, Study Suggests

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