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Thu, Sep 18, 2014 5:00 AM
With the help of a smart (human) guinea pig, 'Hack My Brain' delves into the most complicated human organ, revealing cutting-edge ways to improve it.
Study on dead fish’s responsiveness highlights the perils of misinterpreting scientific data.
While industry apologists peddle the idea that newspapers are doing just fine, the new media world is leaving them behind.
American Le Mans Series meets EPA "Green Racing" standards.
Moon crashers’ intergalactic dive bomb will kick up debris, allowing scientists to scan for water.
Three Rivers Bioneers gathering offers alternative to California conference.
An Israeli start-up comes up with a way to generate electricity from road traffic -- enough of it to power road signs along the way.
Video: Chuck visits one of the first 24-hour biodiesel kiosks (and it even accepts credit cards.)
Airline asks passengers to relieve themselves before boarding to save fuel and reduce carbon emissions.
The 4.4 million-year-old hominid skeleton found in Ethiopia pushes back the history of humankind by a million years.
Minnesota's Macalester College reveals a grassroots sustainability plan.
The Internet giant is expanding its operations to work on software that will help better manage peak usage of electric cars.
Cement made from 'fly ash', a byproduct from coal-fired power plants, has a 90% lower carbon footprint, recycles industrial waste, and is more durable.
A DIY car wash can be fun, but the toll it’ll take on the environment is pretty harsh compared to a spin through a commercial wash.
Probes confirm that traces of ice on the moon, though scant, are widespread.
To make a long daily drive easier on the planet (and yourself), use that cruise control, for starters.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.