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Big data advancements in geospatial applications are providing in-the-field industries such as agriculture and mining with greater visibility.
Apple's VP of education on how ingenuity, online services and deformed frogs helped his son win his science fair and why that matters for our schools.
TechRepublic featured a lot of companies using technology to do social good this year. Here are 10 of our favorite stories from 2014.
Due to their influence, funds, and will to act, tech companies have emerged as key players in the environmental movement. Here's what we think they need to do to take it to the nex...
At SXSW Eco in Austin, a panel of experts discussed how to build and sustain a cleantech cluster of public and private partnerships to progress renewable energy.
How recycled solar powered phones could save rainforests and change how the tech industry tackles climate change
Rainforest Connection is trying to stop illegal logging with recycled smartphones and mobilize the masses to make a global impact on deforestation and climate change.
Researchers are only steps away from bioprinting tissues and organs to solve a myriad of injuries and illnesses. TechRepublic has the inside story of the new product accelerating t...
High performance arithmetic coder architecture is proposed in this paper for image compression. This arithmetic coder architecture is used in set partitioning. In hierarchical tree...
How Jane Goodall Institute uses digital mapping to save chimp habitats in Africa, empower children in the US
The Jane Goodall Institute is using community mapping to save forests in Africa and teach children in the US about the power of collaboration, awareness, and social responsibility.
It's counterintuitive, but Lexmark wants to save trees and reduce the overall carbon footprint of the printing business--and they're putting their money where their mouth is.