MIT’s Senseable City Lab invents a revolutionary new heating system that warms just you instead of an entire room.
A Russian group wants to complete Nikola Tesla's century old work on wireless power transmission.
MIT's experimental fusion reactor gets a second chance as a new budget for its operation was approved by Congress.
In the middle of the Mojave desert sits a 5.5 square mile solar power plant, which opened yesterday. It can power 140,000 homes in California with clean energy while simultaneously flash-roasting birds.
Drones take to the skies to convert wind and solar power into electricity for the Earth below.
An Icelandic company has found a way to turn carbon dioxide into methanol, using the heat from an old volcano. Take that, Dante's Peak.
Scientists at Stanford figure out how to generate electricity with sewage and microbes that grow their own wires.
This shower head changes colors as you take a shower, encouraging shorter (and cheaper) ones.
What seems like such a simple innovation could save billions of dollars.
The natural gas boom is on in America. As seen in these satellite images, the growth of boomtowns across the American prairie has been explosive thanks to fracking.