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.
A solar-cell startup wants to prove it can manufacture thin-film panels that are cheaper, lighter, and longer lasting.
A breakthrough process for converting biomass into biodiesel fuel promises a cheaper way to go green.
Fuel cells will eventually replace batteries for portable devices. But what will power this new fuel source? Millennium Cell thinks it has the answer.
The U.S. Army is turning to new solar-powered materials and sensors to solve the problem of too-little energy for its high-tech soldiers.
Open Source Developers race to get applications and migrations tools in top form before the launch of Microsoft's next operating system.
No more looking before a left-hand turn. Car makers are experimenting with technologies that will warn drivers about impending collisions, and in some cases, take action.
Laying a new transmission line under Long Island Sound was easy. Navigating the political waters wasn't.