At Ford, climate change is one of the factors behind a push to reduce water use.
Most have yet to incorporate climate change into their business plans, but a few are finding a way.
This week’s most interesting and intriguing papers from the Physics arXiv.
A new report shows that 15 percent of Americans have used ride-hailing services, but more than twice as many have never heard of them.
As many as 20 nuclear plants could close over the next decade, adding to greenhouse gas emissions.
A startup called Nura says it’s making headphones that learn how you hear and adjust your tunes to sound best.
The guidelines for announcing the discovery of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe were drawn up before the widespread use of the Internet. That’s a problem, say SETI researchers.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
A startup in California has raised $500 million to chase the elusive dream of fusion power. Is this crazy, or is the company on to something?
Google’s new virtual assistant will be the biggest test yet of the theory that people want to talk to software to get things done.