Technology Review speaks with France's head of nuclear energy.
Self-contained power plants could supply growing energy demand in poor countries.
New solar technologies are finding their way into prototypes.
North Atlantic hurricanes are growing worse, but an MIT climatologist says it would be 'absurd' to attribute Katrina or Rita to long-term climate change.
By 2010, thousands of homes in southern California may be getting energy from a giant solar farm.
Solar modules are selling like hotcakes.
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) aims to prove fusion’s ability.
Researchers are making some progress in finding viable storage technologies for hydrogen fuel.
Last week, the international community decided that France would be the site of a fusion reactor. Ian H. Hutchinson, the head of MIT's Nuclear Science Department, explains why the United States should support this endeavor.
OnTech spent $24 million to create a self-heating cup of java.