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Industrial Media Unboxing Video
IEN Unboxed is a new show in which our editors unbox new tools on the market and discuss their features.
Mar 19th, 2021
Buying Gas with Cigarettes
Without cash in their wallets, drivers often hand gas station attendants a bag of rice, cooking oil or whatever is within reach.
Oct 22nd, 2019
Food & Beverage
Fishermen Deal with Broken Oil Industry
Consumers have no idea the crab on their plates was caught in oil-soaked water.
Oct 11th, 2019
Fuel Shortage Leading Farmers to Worry About Crops
Without a dependable supply of gas, shipments of pesticides have been cut off, equipment has become impossible to operate, and crops aren't arriving at markets.
Jul 10th, 2019
Blackouts Boost Generator Sales
Residents able to scrape together enough dollars are buying backup generators in an attempt to regain a normal life.
Jun 13th, 2019
Millions on Hook for Water Tunnels
The struggling project could cost $16 billion.
Sep 18th, 2017
CA Tightens Pesticide Rules
The moves run contrary to a decision by Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the EPA, to end his agency's effort to ban the pesticide sold by Dow Chemical.
Aug 21st, 2017
Huge Tunnels Win Approval
The $16 billion proposal will re-engineer California's water system.
Jun 28th, 2017
State Will Now Label Roundup as Cancer-Causing
Monsanto, however, has filed an appeal, arguing that Roundup doesn't cause cancer and that the labels will harm the company's business.
Jun 27th, 2017
Jury Rules in Fight Over a Better Strawberry
A researcher sued UC Davis, saying that the university unfairly destroyed some of his work and keeps some of it locked in a freezer, depriving the world of a better strawberry.
May 25th, 2017
Is World Being Deprived of a Better Strawberry?
Two scientists have filed a lawsuit, claiming their research into the perfect strawberry is locked in a freezer at UC-Davis.
May 9th, 2017
CA, Monsanto Battle Over Roundup Labels
Jack McCall spent 30 years toting a backpack of Roundup to apply to produce on his 20-acre farm. He died of cancer in late 2015, and his widow believes a warning would have saved his life.
Jan 27th, 2017