Archive for March 25th, 2013

Scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians all leave their marks on the sports we enjoy (and, for many, live by), though they may not necessarily be noticed. With March Madness in full swing, sports science has influenced everything from the perspiration-wicking uniforms worn by college basketball players to the aerodynamics of the ball with which they play. Read more

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Credit: David Castillo Dominici.

Credit: David Castillo Dominici.

Conventional wisdom says that, when it comes to cleantech manufacturing, China is cleaning the United States’s clock. We published a piece here at IMT Green & Clean Journal a few weeks ago implying exactly that.

So you can imagine our surprise when the Pew Charitable Trust’s Environmental Initiatives group came out with a report this month claiming that the U.S. actually has a trade surplus over China in solar photovoltaic (PV), wind and smart energy technologies. The report makes the contrarian statement: “Considering all aspects of the value chain, U.S. exports and trade to China actually exceeded Chinese exports to the United States by $1.63 billion in 2011,” 2011 being the latest year in which data were available for the purposes of the report. Read more

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