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Biochemical 'Frog Foam' Shines in 2010 Earth Awards

1:30 AM MDT | September 23, 2010 | Alex Scott

A glittering award ceremony was held last night in central London to celebrate the Earth Awards 2010 featuring projects shortlisted for their contribution toward sustainability. The winner - as selected by a committee featuring the likes of Sir Richard Branson, CEO of the Virgin Group; the zoologist Jane Goodall; and Graham Hill, the founder of Treehugger - was a biochemical technology; artificial photosynthetic foam, as developed by David Wendell, assistant professor of biomedical and environmental engineering from the University of Cincinnati (UC; Cincinnati...

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