A portable plant might make it economical to transform huge amounts of logging "waste" into energy -- right in the forest.
Sequestration technology is increasingly ready for prime time, but the required policy lags behind, says MIT expert Howard Herzog.
New technology for mobile devices is being designed to cut through traffic-jamming interference to improve downloads.
Modeling software could lead to more efficient design of nanoparticles.
The DNA of embryonic stem cells has a unique label, which could help scientists figure out how to manipulate such cells for therapeutic uses.
Operating transistors at half steam could help squeeze more out of batteries.
Beacon Power offers a new way to keep the juice flowing steadily.
Prenatal ultrasound interferes with mouse brain development, but further studies are needed to assess the risks to unborn children.
The online auction giant wants developers and niche marketers to tie into its infrastructure, says eBay Research Labs' senior director, Eric Billingsley.
Combining imaging technologies with tracking systems for surgical instruments will allow clinicians to navigate the body.