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A group of eminent establishment Republicans, including the former Secretary of State James Baker, former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulsen, and former Secretary of State George Schultz, is advocating for a carbon tax. The tax would start at $40 per ton, in exchange for the repeal...

Graphene is a one-atom-thick carbon material with properties that private sector and university research and development labs around the world are investigating for a wide range of applications. It is a naturally occurring conductor with many unique and advantageous properties. While the material was discovered...

How do you get your daily dose of protein? Do you partake in Meatless Mondays? Maybe you are exploring a more extreme diet change such as becoming a pescatarian or vegan? Food trends are making exploratory diets more accessible, but FoodTech innovation is also changing...

The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming an important part of the food industry, from production to transportation to retail sales. The IoT is contributing to better use of resources and greater productivity in the industry as well as improved safety for food products. Simply...

I became interested in water and the Internet of Things (“IoT”) two years ago when I had a below ground water leak at home that resulted in a large water bill.(1). Since I live in the Silicon Valley, California, the high tech capital of the world,...

The omnibus spending legislation (Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016) enacted on December 18, 2015 includes a five year extension of the investment tax credit (“ITC”) for solar and an extension for the production tax credit for wind power generation. This action provides hope that someone...

By Fred Greguras, Esq. Graphene is a one-atom-thick carbon sheet with properties that private sector and university R&D labs around the world are investigating and testing for a wide range of commercial applications. I became interested in the material when I read about its potential applications...

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