The obesity epidemic has a simple solution. If you want to lose weight, either eat less, or breathe more.
A prime piece of evidence linking human activity to climate change turns out to be an artifact of poor mathematics.
A study of the ski industry underscores the idea that corporations need encouragement to do what's best for the environment.
Many believe that without Fred Salvucci '61, SM '62, tearing down Boston's elevated Central Artery would still be just a crazy idea.
Since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency discovered thousands of violations on campus, the Institute has committed itself to being a responsible steward of the environment.
The biggest danger from radiological weapons is the misplaced panic that they would cause.
As outsourcing turns a once-secure career option into a roll of the dice, it's time for engineers to lose their political inhibitions.
Though their work is dismissed by most physicists, a determined cadre of scientists is still chasing after what could be an energy jackpot-and their experiments are producing heat and nuclear byproducts that can't be otherwise explained.
Treaties that mandate emissions reductions aren't the ultimate solution. R&D on efficiency technologies is.
For all the buzz about future highways filled with hydrogen-powered fuel-cell cars, the technological-and environmental-high ground will belong to gasoline-electric hybrids for decades to come.