The energy bill passed by Congress contains some landmark initiatives, but it also has several seriously wrongheaded provisions.
This water bottle filter, made from nanofibers, can reduce water-borne diseases.
The U.S. is funding research to breed better sorghum plants using sensor-laden drones and data mining.
The Arizona company is betting that cadmium telluride solar cells could leave silicon in the dust.
The charges against a U.S. citizen come, strangely, just as the Department of Energy is collaborating with China on advanced reactors.
New open-source platform will measure the actual benefits, rather than the projected savings, associated with building upgrades.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Investments in carbon capture and storage technology have largely been failures.
As corals die off worldwide, scientists are devising technologies to save—or regrow—them.
SunEdison’s collapse and mounting losses elsewhere are causing solar developers to change course.