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Researchers have found ripples in the fabric of the cosmos that confirm a prediction of Einstein’s theory of general relativity.
Ending a run of good news for clean energy, justices delayed emissions regulations while a legal battle plays out.
Two high-temperature, gas-cooled reactors under construction in Shandong will make up the first commercial-scale plant of its type in the world.
Africa is becoming a test bed for solar power, on scales both large and small.
The Wendelstein 7-X reactor is latest in a global push to build a practical reactor that harnesses the power of the stars.
The best papers from the Physics arXiv this week.
The U.S. Navy is touting its “Great Green Fleet,” but why haven’t biofuels made a bigger splash despite a decade of hype and investment?
New state regulations attempt to strike a balance between rooftop solar owners and utilities in the nation’s largest solar market.
Large-scale transmission lines could eliminate the need for advanced energy storage, researchers conclude.