Stanford scientists say they've figured out how, and now the challenge will be to make it cheap enough to do on a large scale.
For one thing, consumers have no tolerance for risk.
An innovation in Texas could extend highway lifespans and decrease repair spending.
If researchers want to study the connection between environmental disaster and popular concern, acid rain would be a good place to start.
As its value has risen, a growing class of criminals are focusing on stealing and selling used cooking oil.
E-bikes are poised for a boom, but are we ready for them?
The survey will kickoff the most revolutionary American mapping project in a century.
Ten years after the 2003 meltdown, weather-related outages are on the rise.
Tokyo made a guide to its labyrinthine underground network. But despite their good intentions, it may as well have been drawn by M.C. Escher.
Blame the wet wipes.
Breathing walls, noise-to-music converters, and more.
Brand loyalty still plays a big role even though supermarkets mostly sell all the same stuff.
The architect, who died last month, spent the last years of his career carefully disowning the Copenhagen Opera House.
Next stop #yolo.
Cataloging the fruits, nuts, and herbs hidden in the sidewalk foliage.
This world-changing invention is more expensive than we remembered.
An art installation on San Francisco's China Beach examines the tract home as a symbol for the American Dream.
Here's one way to activate public space at night.
Multimedia artist Brian Foo's latest project explores how urban forms shapes our lives.