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Fri, Jul 25, 2014 10:41 AM
Slightly more than 1 percent of active human DNA codes for proteins that carry out most of the body's biological functions.
Bioprospectors are searching for treasure in the form of plants and animals—and they’re making sure everyone shares in their booty
Outdated electronics are being diverted from landfills to recyclers
Executives from the German-owned Volkswagon and Porsche said that their companies will make more environmentally friendly cars by 2010.
Michigan's Ecology Center found that many new car parts contained bromine, chlorine, lead and heavy metals.
In March 2007, the FDA approved a medication to help dogs who suffer from motion sickness. The drug also can help in cases of dehydration.
The three-wheeled, two-passenger vehicle clocks in at up to 100 miles per gallon.
Embedding walnut shells into tires may give better traction on icy, snowy roads.
As the price to fly plunges, more people are taking long flights—and the skies are getting dirtier as a result.
While the Big Three automakers cry about shrinking market share, a handful of start-ups are tightening their belts and building EVs, one car at a time.
Software offers three ways to save paper when printing.
The high-tech display looks a lot like low-tech paper, so it's easy on the eyes.
Ever wonder what happens to bikes when they die? A primer on how some two-wheelers end up powering blenders in Guatemala, and how to find your dream cruiser in the trash.
The new line of electric bicycles has the electric components hidden inside the frame tubes and boasts an impressive set of stats.
The particles of the Firefly will give off light for at least a decade.
Hammacher Schlemmer's electric car is more expensive than the Tesla Roadster, but is available immediately.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.