Cheap organic molecules could more efficiently convert waste heat into electricity.
By measuring nanoscale forces, researchers learn to make lithium-ion batteries that pull themselves together.
Better models are rapidly defining the uncertainties ahead, says leading climate scientist Ronald Prinn.
Researchers have built and tested for the military a portable machine that efficiently turns waste into electricity.
If we can't adequately reduce or sequester carbon emissions, are more-radical alternatives like orbital mirrors a solution to climate change?
Rising corn prices are already affecting everything from the cost of tortillas in Mexico City to the cost of producing eggs in the United States.
Infrared monitoring shows that savvy seabirds steer clear of wind turbines.
In President Bush's proposed 2008 budget, weapons development wins big while overall funding for research suffers.
Oil from microorganisms could help ease the nation's energy woes.
The fourth in a series of international reports, due out tomorrow, reflects better science and more-precise models.