India is taking the lead in creating a country powered by renewable energy by replacing expensive imported coal with affordable solar power in just four years' time. But how will they do it?
Researchers from the University of California, Riverside's Bourns College of Engineering are developing a cheap and energy-efficient way to use fossilized algae to create lithium-ion batteries, which could someday fuel electric vehicles and other electronic devices.
Led by the University of Kansas, an expedition seeking through the ridges and geographically isolated areas in the Philippines found out that it tripped on "the center of center of biodiversity"--the Philippine island of Mindanao.
With water scarcity and accessibility, especially in far-flung areas, a global problem, various technologies have popped up to provide a solution for this problem. Apart from the WaterSeer, another water generator called SunToWater adds to the list of revolutionary devices that can produce clean water from thin air.
A new study reveals that climate change is not responsible for the recent outbreak of fungal disease damaging coffee crops across Colombia and neighboring countries.
Being one of the culprits of global warming and climate change, carbon dioxide is again creating another strain of problem to the marine ecosystem, specifically to the fish. But this time, it's not about warming the seas but impairing their sense that can eventually lead them swimming toward their predators.
Target is planning to build and test vertical farms that will grow fresh vegetables and herbs inside its stores.
The Arctic is rapidly changing. Scientists found that sea salt could be contributing to local air pollutants in the Arctic.
The death of a man in Maryland has prompted the Health Department to investigate the possible presence of fatal flesh-eating bacteria in the Assawoman Bay near Ocean City.
Researchers and meteorologists said that the mysterious disappearance in the Bermuda Triangle could have been caused by the air bombs from the hexagonal clouds that appear in the region.
Despite the worldwide campaigns on forest conservation and log bans to promote carbon sinks and help resolve the global warming and greenhouse gas issues, a study from Switzerland chose to take a different path. Instead of keeping the trees, harvesting them was the provided option, and they also did the explanations in terms of carbon emissions.
Scientists have just discovered a breakthrough on how the issue can be resolved, and that's through topping some seaweeds over your livestock's regular meal.
Energy emissions have declined to lowest levels since 1991 due to lower heating demand, less coal usage, and utilization of more renewable energy sources.
Warming oceans accelerate Synechococcus' cell division leading to earlier annual bloom.