Dutch artist Tuur Van Balen pushes the boundaries of what we think is acceptable bioengineering, to make us think about what the future could look like, for good or ill.
How is the world’s largest chemical company adapting to a more sustainable world?
Hospitals use a ton of energy (they have a lot of important machines). But one health care facility--in Wisconsin, of all places--is making huge strides toward being entirely energy independent.
A new kind of sponge made of carbon nanotubes can soak up hundreds of times its weight and only grabs oil. The solution to cleaning up oil in the ocean might be the same as cleaning up a spill in your kitchen.
In Israel, students from the university are finding ways to turn a sleepy city into a powerhouse of modern urbanism, and learning simple ways to turn any city into a city of the future.
Those cat videos don’t come out of thin air. Each time you use the Internet, massive data servers need power, and power causes emissions. While tech companies are trying to be more efficient and use renewable energy, there is still a cost to every search.