The Solar Homestead is a fully functional house that produces more energy than it uses and can be set up virtually anywhere you want to make your new home.
In the never-ending quest to make our batteries more efficient, scientists have a new breakthrough: incredibly thin sheets of metal that form a flower that can hold a lot of power.
Just because we’re burning less coal doesn’t mean it’s not getting burned: We’re just sending it elsewhere, and all those emissions end up in the same place.
A new genetic modification project wants to introduce genes into the bug population that will eliminate a moth that likes to eat our crops. How close is this to actual implementation?
In Milwaukee, two students are trying to connect two neighborhoods via an old rail line. And they’re using the old tires the future park is littered with to make it more than just a gravel path.
StoryLine is a platform that lets anyone call or text to record a story of what happened to them during the hurricane, in the hopes that the impact it had--especially on the most vulnerable victims--won’t be forgotten.