Raise your glasses - for copper
Aside from being used in architecture, copper can be seen in bars and breweries to add class and tradition.
Copper in the Kitchen
While copper can beautifully compliment the outside of a home, it is also seen as a high-end metal inside the kitchen.
Copper-the Metal We Can't Live Without
Long known as essential for general health, copper may also prevent serious infections and disease, according to new studies.
Brooklyn's Buried Treasure Saved by City
Just a short subway hop across the East River from Manhattan, the borough of Brooklyn is a thriving community with a fair share of tony townhouses, spacious parks, art galleries and museums. But the lion's share of attention-and budget dollars-has always tilted toward Manhattan, leaving much of Brooklyn's heritage to fade almost to invisibility over time.
- The Killing Game: Using Copper to Battle Deadly Bacteria
- Pumping Copper
- CDA Launches Architectural Awards Program
- Copper on the Brain
Covered in Copper:
New 787 Dreamliner Includes 57 Miles of Copper
New Copper Solar Cells Promise a Bright Future
Renewable energy is the hottest topic in energy circles these days. It refers to "green" energy sources like plant-based biofuels that can be regenerated, as well as natural sources such as wind, hydro, geothermal and solar power, which can't be depleted.
- Ivy-covered Walls, Copper Roofs Help Keep Tradition Alive
- A 21st Century Coppersmith
- Diet and Depression