The future of coal-fired electricity in the U.S. may be on the line right now in Kansas
One small island in Denmark is technically 100 percent powered by sustainable sources of energy. Could the experiment succeed anywhere else?
A New Jersey resident generates and stores all the power he needs with solar panels and hydrogen
The secret weapon in the fight against indoor air pollution—and deforestation—in China might be decomposing human waste
What happens to nuclear reactors like those at Fukushima after they melt down or reach the end of their useful lives?
South Africa still struggles to ensure that all citizens enjoy modern energy services, just one example of how the U.N.'s International Year of Sustainable Energy for All aims to bring modern energy resources to the billions who lack it
It's the battery, stupid...
The world's first power facility to capture and store a portion of its carbon dioxide has begun operating in Appalachia
Researchers are developing cameras that can take digital snapshots made up of more than a billion pixels
Institutions step up fight against attacks on theory of evolution
A recent shift in U.S. military strategy and provocative actions by china threaten to ignite a new arms race in space. But would placing weapons in space be in anyone's national interest?
Both moles and humans scare up earthworms through vibrations
Implant credited with long-lost pet's triumphant return
Day-to-Day Satellite Photos Reveal the Unfolding Crisis at the Nuclear Power Plant in Japan [Slide Show]
Aerial views of the damage at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant from March 12 to March 17 show signs of the chaotic sequence of events ranging from explosions to fires
A group of Darwinian theorists discuss religion in Edinburgh, Scotland
Psychological researchers suggest that evolutionary thinking is unnatural
A complex of laboratories and data centers under construction in Kazakhstan is attracting tech entrepreneurs and, more importantly, the money to deliver the goods
The history of the battle between creationist and evolutionary theories in the classroom
Iceland goes green by tapping the power of the planet