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The researchers, an ethicist and members of Congress agreed the technology does not pose immediate environmental, security or ethical concerns.
Honeywell Aerospace's probe is the first detailed analysis of engines affected by ash particles since the 5-day closure of European airspace last month.
Better for your business,better for the planet
The fossil skeleton shook up the field of evolution, but new critiques question whether it belongs on the human branch of the evolutionary tree.
How many offshore wind turbines could have been bought for the cost of 1 Deepwater Horizon? The answer is enlightening.
One small town in Maine has suddenly become prosperous with $500,000 in tax revenues from wind power generation.
Scientists say the switch is the first step toward creating a quantum computer.
Something seems fishy ... when asked about poor response to the disaster, the head of the Louisiana Coast Guard said: 'I'm just slow and dumb.'
Scientists have looked at 178 different microbes and discovered that more than 90 percent of their genetic sequences are unknown.
The research could eventually lead to new fuels, better ways to clean polluted water and faster vaccine production.
Meanwhile, oil washes up on shore as Louisiana governor says he was unable to get funding for an emergency retaining wall.
With California's weakening environmental regulations, millions are affected by toxic nitrate contaminates in the water table.
Watchdog group Blue Seals provides this report about NGO barricades and BP's 'media lockdown' in the Gulf.
Although nanorobots made of DNA have been developed before, these spiders can move over greater distances and follow complex commands.
Video: Researchers are spinning spider silk from goats' milk.
The planet-saving billionaire just funded a new geoengineering project which seeks to stop climate change. But some environmentalists are very worried.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.