“U.S. consumers want to use more renewable energy and less fossil fuels,” said Christine Horne, professor of sociology and lead author of a study on consumer attitudes about energy consumption. Read more >>
The Huminal, an interactive sculptural installation featuring an autonomous, mobile robot that responds to changes in its environment, incorporates research and techniques in fine arts, design, electrical and mechanical engineering, and robotics. Read more >>
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