An economist argues that raising taxes on gasoline could have an unexpected benefit: a less obese population.
A new report warns of the dangers of relying on biofuels to reduce carbon emissions and oil consumption.
The automaker demonstrates long-awaited homogeneous-charge-compression ignition.
A new agency will fund risky research that just might pay off.
Harvesting geothermal energy from deep underground has great potential, but it faces significant obstacles.
The House and Senate may usher in new gas-saving technologies.
We knew they would save gas; now we know they're cleaner, too.
Three centers will use the funding to boost the efficiency of cellulosic-ethanol production.
In a bizarre alternative to photosynthesis, some fungi "eat" radiation--with the role of chlorophyll taken by melanin, a chemical also found in human skin.
Consumers want them--once they know what they are.