No more worrying about if the wind isn't blowing. Researchers at Harvard have developed a battery that could run for "more than a decade" with only minimal upkeep. Anyone's who has ever had experience
The new material could allow power plants to recycle their waste heat and improve their efficiency. A group of researchers have developed a new material that can be used to turn waste heat into electricity.
fastcoexist.com - About the author Jessica Leber is a staff editor and writer for Fast Company's Co.Exist. Previously, she was a business reporter for MIT’s Technology Review and an environmental reporter at ClimateWire More
Instead of massive sewer expansion to prepare for climate change, the city chose something cheaper—and more fun. COPENHAGEN, Denmark—At first glance, the square known as Tåsinge Plads doesn’t look much
With the world's population rapidly expanding and our ecosystems under extreme stress, the field of engineering must focus like never before on sustainability and environmental repair. From the steam to