A dash of tech and a hint of fun keep the ‘hungry scientists’ satisfied.
Sixty-nine percent of those polled in 21 countries say utility firms should be obliged to use more renewable resources, even if this would increase their monthly bills.
E-mail only gets you so far. Now, some companies turn to a new tool: pithy online posts.
Environmental officials hope the combination of new low-sulfur fuel and pollutant filters on trucks will reduce emissions of sulfur – a source of acid smog – and soot, which has been linked to health problems.
A shuttle, launching Friday, will bring a new bathroom, fridge, and water system.
The breakthrough images include a three-planet system around a sun-like star.
Gyms hook up exercise bikes to TVs, laptops, and batteries to let their patrons power the place.
Economy may slow it, but ‘green’ jobs may grow it.
Column: Old bear genes may sound like a waste of time, but it’s a down payment on human research.
‘Boot camp’ in Maine teaches them how to get their message across in five minutes.
Inspectors turn to infrared cameras to spot air leaks that the eye cannot.
Google, Apple, and now Microsoft turn the Internet into a portable filing cabinet for businesses.