"With that number of patients going in, it’s turning into a mini mass casualty event,” one emergency physician told the Houston Chronicle.
The plan to build a nuclear waste dump on the Great Lakes is inching forward. It still needs consent from the Saugeen Ojibway Nation.
A lot, it turns out. But not for very long.
The Navy's "Great Green Fleet" initiative seeks to increase the use of alternative fuels, but politics, economics, and chemistry make its bet on biofuel look like a long shot.
Peru's UTEC is bringing light to those without electricity with their newly-created Plant-lamp.
Yep—scientists have discovered that one species can feed another from its waste. Maybe it’s time for us all to get our Human Centipede on.
One of the least-discussed but most pressing issues in modern kitchens is their reliance on conventional but unsustainable fuels. World-renowned chef José Andrés is trying to change that, one solar cooker at a time.
A new report from the Department of Energy finds that wind will provide 10 percent of the nation’s power by 2020—and double again in the ten years after that.
The 22,000-mile circumnavigational flight was conceived to showcase engineering advances and raise awareness about clean energy and climate change.
The industry has been booming for the last four years—it's adding jobs 20 times faster than the rest of the economy.
It's still most likely that our ideas about wind turbines are making us sicker than anything their spinning blades are doing.