In an industry littered with excess packaging, it sounds like an impossible goal. And the Texas startup isn't just targeting waste, it's also going after food deserts, too.
One-tenth of an inch of water doesn't seem like much, but as the oceans rise that much each year, they could displace 150 million people around the world and drastically increase the damage done by flooding.
While it's a disease that only sickens animals, its effects have been felt for centuries, and its elimination could mean wonders for the developing world.
Whoops. Diet soda might have no calories, but that doesn’t keep it from growing your waistline. A new study finds that diet drinkers might be even worse off than regular soda drinkers.
You thought you weren't supposed to use your phone while driving. But Israeli startup Picitup uses augmented reality to warn you of dangers on the road ahead.
In the latest installment of the Butterfly Effect we look at how mining the key ingredient in electric cars could end up enriching potential enemies of America, and force another round of innovation to build an even newer kind of battery.
It's not just floods and fires. A new interactive map shows you all the insidious and sometimes invisible problems facing the planet, from food shortages to super poison ivy.