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Fri, May 17, 2013 2:00 PM
Harvard researchers have found a way to shape microscopic crystals into complex and often beautiful structures.
Representatives agree to $2 billion lifeline for program that dealers say is stabilizing auto sales. Next stop: The Senate.
Why didn't Congress and the Obama administration see this coming? With just $1 billion, the program was never going to last until November.
HAN University of Applied Sciences students designed a hybrid auto-rickshaw that will lower CO2 emissions and raise the income of drivers in Asia.
The seven astronauts aboard Endeavour land in Florida after a 16-day mission to work on the international space station.
A new single from the Green Children who 'Give it all up' to stop poverty.
A new film goes inside the plastic bottle industry to reveal some dirty truths.
Scientists prove that women are prettier for a reason.
Film distribution turns documentary auteurs into indentured slaves, so why not create online theaters on a zillion computer screens?
Could fuel-cell cars be on the market by 2015? Congress is restoring research dollars, and -- despite vocal critics -- automakers are still bullish.
Star environmental lawyer and lead prosecutor in Kivalina v. ExxonMobile dies in a car crash in Uganda.
NOAA reports warmest June ocean temperature since record keeping began in 1880 and warns of coming storms.
Irony intended? Palin's famous wink belies the sobering truth about Alaska's rapidly vanishing permafrost in Kivalina.
Innovative nonprofit video channel allows online viewers to fund nonprofits directly.
Study finds that the Grid can handle more much intermittency than originally thought, making wind more attractive than ever.
A new USS Destroyer class, the DGG 51, boasts a hybrid-electric engine to conserve fuel on the high seas.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.