As cost overruns and delays plague the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, fusion startups are raising more capital.
Though politicians are increasingly willing to admit the planet is warming, they’re still reluctant to fund clean energy R&D.
More nuclear plants could combat climate change, but safety concerns plague the industry—fairly or not.
New software spots anomalies in modified or hacked cars.
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 charges against a U.S. citizen come, strangely, just as the Department of Energy is collaborating with China on advanced reactors.
State regulators have blocked several big transmission projects to bring wind power to the upper Midwest and the Southeast.
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