From one side of the Atlantic Ocean to the other, approaches to fossil fuel use couldn’t be more different.
As climate change accelerates, a handful of scientists are eager to move ahead with experiments testing ways to counteract warming artificially. Their reasoning: we just might get desperate enough to use this technology one day.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
A new device that’s powered by sunlight could help solve water scarcity problems.
Natural carbon sequestration in the mountains of Oman could help scientists develop new ways to store the greenhouse gas underground.
The question is: is the environmental damage worth it?
The Trump administration suddenly seems eager to welcome firms that want to build wind farms off the East Coast of the U.S.
Fear not, car-chase fans: it will still rattle over railroad tracks at 30 miles per hour and bump up eight-inch curbs without a worry.
It’s been a flop in the consumer market, but hydrogen still holds a little promise in industrial and defense applications.
New startups want to reduce emissions and noise by electrifying aircraft, but better batteries remain a stumbling block.