The high-efficiency system promises a way to capture the full spectrum of sunlight for a low cost.
Artworks in museums and private collections could double as a database of fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains, nuts and seeds. And you can help.
The largest study on the topic to date demonstrates that the higher a country’s carbon price, the more it reduces emissions.
The technology and infrastructure already exist—and the strategy could provide a substantial income source for farmers.
With some simple chemical tweaks, cooling paint could more effectively reflect solar energy under a glaring sun.
Researchers propose a decentralized screening system that could keep an eye out for zoonotic outbreaks.
And, can the emerging concept be as rigorous as a footprint?
Researchers are on a hunt for alternative livestock feeds—and algae and insect-based diets offer more advantages than you might expect.
Depending on which state they live in, car-owners can save thousands of dollars on fuel costs if they go electric
Ideas that we now take for granted can take a very long time to come into vogue.