You can't dump on this idea: A new $40 million initiative by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will help develop futuristic toilets that transform human waste into usable electricity and fuel.
Zipcar claims that bringing Zipcar to a city will reduce traffic. A reader begs to differ.
Monsanto's Roundup was supposed to make it easy for farmers to get rid of weeds, but it's working on fewer and fewer plants, including some monsters that can grow three inches a day and damage farm equipment.
New technology allows you to see not just where your seafood comes from, but also to connect with the fisherman who caught it--all with the snap of your phone's camera.
Sending young entrepreneurs to companies outside of major cities gives struggling economies an infusion of new talent, and budding business people a chance to be at the front lines of innovative startups.
In the future, electric cars will work together with the smart grid to charge at off-peak hours and put energy back into the grid when it's needed. For the first time, we're seeing this plan in action.