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What we're reading: green building challenge

20 million OLPCs; Toronto's smarter airport; brain-inspired computer; Saudi Arabia meets GE; EPA 'Biggest Loser.'
Written by Andrew Nusca, Contributor on

1.) One Laptop Per Child says it will provide laptops to 20 million African students by 2015.

2.) Toronto's Pearson airport enlists IBM to make operations at kiosks, check-in counters and gates more efficient.

3.) A molecule-sized Michigan Tech computer mimics the human brain.

4.) General Electric partners with Saudi Arabia to bolster the nation's energy, healthcare, transportation and water sectors.

5.) A new EPA challenge pits 14 buildings against each other to see which one can use the least amount of energy.

This post was originally published on Smartplanet.com

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