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Thu, Sep 18, 2014 11:04 AM
Bacteria found in bees' honey stomachs can heal persistent wounds and beat drug-resistant 'superbugs,' a new study finds.
Two ambitious inventions to look out for.
The new frontier of plastics.
You can consider the Camry hybrid a Prius in mild-mannered clothing, but just don’t mistake it for a dud.
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It's time to recycle those dance steps.
JetBlue soars into the wild green yonder, offering carbon offsets and a range of other environmental perks, but how much good is it really doing?
'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' breaks down Obama's new fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly car laws.
In his final "Media Mayhem" column, Peter Dykstra looks out across the environmental journalism landscape and reflects on what he sees.
By mixing the gas with calcium powder, Carbon Sciences is transforming CO2 into calcium carbonate, which is found in everything from toothpaste to plastics.
As private space tourism nears launch, some companies are climbing to new heights for less-polluting rockets.
E-waste like computers and TVs isn't cheap or easy to recycle, but environmental scientists are fine-tuning a solution that could revolutionize the industry.
Watch President Obama announce his sweeping fuel-efficient standards for new cars.
It may cost a bundle, but it burns no fuel for the first 50 miles.
Carol Browner talks with MSNBC about Obama's historic new car standards and how it will help the American auto industry.
Charging stations may be few and far between, but EV owners are pushing the limits by bartering with businesses to let them plug in on longer drives.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.