Researchers attempt to make meat without killing livestock.
ZENN Motors says its electric car will cruise for 250 miles on a single five-minute charge. Skeptics cry shenanigans.
Deciphering latent script on ancient parchment makes curator Will Noel's job an Indiana Jones-style adventure
Small innovators rule so far in the entries for the Progressive Automotive X Prize for the most fuel-efficient car.
A Smith College professor's program may provide a pattern for how to attract and keep women engineers.
Engineers call it 'crowd farming.' If it works, you could help power city lights just by taking a stroll.
Big-city wireless Internet plans took a hit this summer, but places like Owensboro, Ky., and Rio Rancho, N.M., put networks in place.
A genome firm says it changed one bacterium species into another by transferring DNA 'software.'
Switching an old convertible to run on plug-in power is tricky, expecially in front of an expectant crowd. Part 2 of two.
We ride along as entrepreneur Greg Abbott turns a 1978 Triumph Spitfire into a completely clean, zero-emissions electric vehicle. Part 1 of two.
Nanotechnology is giving batteries, often considered a weak link in electronics, a much-needed boost.
A New Jersey civil engineer powers his home with solar panels and hydrogen tanks. Can it work in the mainstream?