A portable system converts biowaste into jet fuel and diesel for the military.
Making ethanol from corn is expensive. Better biofuels are years away from the gas tank. Farmers are reluctant to change their practices. But do we really have any alternative to biofuels?
Researchers are harnessing solar energy to convert carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide, which can be used to make fuels.
Helium isotopes reveal hidden stores of geothermal energy.
As the primaries near, the presidential candidates are calling for similar, ambitious growth in ethanol biofuel.
A microgenerator could power portable devices for troops.
Congress pushes for another look at thorium fuel, saying it could reduce the amount of high-level nuclear waste produced by reactors.
Researchers have designed a process to generate hydrogen from organic materials.
A metagenomic study could suggest ways to make cellulosic ethanol.
A new method for making ultrathin materials could lead to better fuel cells.