A Canada-based energy company is one among many lobbying for federal investments in nuclear fusion. If all goes according to plan, then Canada may be on its way to be a global power when it comes to nuclear fusion.
Three Democratic lawmakers based in Massachusetts have proposed a bill that will, if passed, require the state to use 100-percent renewable energy by 2035. It even goes as far as to mention that fossil fuels from the heating and transport sectors would have to be eliminated by that time.
Scientists who have been researching gene-editing may be disappointed in the eve of the new administration. A last-minute proposal will be addressing CRISPR and other cutting-edge technologies in the field of medicine.
Scientists may have heralded the rise of a totally new life form. A team has engineered the first ever "semi-synthetic" organism, courtesy of breeding E. coli bacteria with an expanded six-letter genetic code.
NASA is taking a deeper dip into the autonomous robots field, with a desire to develop new technology to "improve" how humans interact with new robotic counterparts.
Now is a time for human enhancement, and it appears a time when the rest of humanity will be relying on implants for survival is coming upon us.
Scientists have just turned hydrogen into metal, in what appears to be a stunning act of alchemy that would soon revolutionalize the field of technology and spaceflight.
Time crystals are strange hypothetical structures as they have an atomic structure that not just repeats itself in space, but also in time. This means they are in perpetual motion without using energy. And scientists have just confirmed their existence.
Odds are looking great to people who are focused on learning more about the benefits and intricacies of renewable energy. It appears jobs in renewables is slated to grow by as much as 170-percent or more in terms of hiring in the next decade.
France has just become the site of the world's first solar-paneled roadway. Wattway deployed on the streets of Tourouvre-au-Perche a massive 1,000-meter long solar-paneled roadway. The roadway is part of the company's 1,000-kilometer goal.
Ford is up for big things this year, including a whopping big announcement that declares the future of electric vehicles.
China is taking dramatic steps to comply with the recent coal capacity target as specified in its latest Five Year Plan.
It appears natural selection is forcing the appearance of "education genes" rarer. Although the effect corresponds to a small drop in IQ every few decades, the impact could be big in a few centuries.
China is known for its bullet-trains, allowing people to be able to go to their destinations in almost a blink of an eye. However, in what appears to be a miraculous feat, all of its bullet-trains are now connected in a vast network.