Researchers seek breakthroughs for a technology designed to make solar more efficient.
Engineering a patient’s own immune cells to resist HIV could eliminate the need for lifelong antiretroviral therapies.
SolarCity’s massive new manufacturing plant in Buffalo, New York, reflects a booming demand for solar power. Is it sustainable?
Hillary Clinton’s ambitious plan to grow solar installations dwarfs the goals laid out for renewables in President Obama’s clean energy plan.
IBM researchers are developing a system that can predict how bad pollution will be across the city of Beijing 72 hours in advance.
Startups like Doppler Labs are building earbuds that will let you turn down the volume on crying babies and pump up the bass on live music.
Deep inside its labs, Monsanto is learning how to modify crops by spraying them with RNA rather than tinkering with their genes.
In every industry but one, technology makes things better and cheaper. Why is it that innovation increases the cost of health care?
Hybrids are a much more cost-effective way to reduce carbon emissions than newly released hydrogen fuel cell cars.
A startup has a smartphone-assisted gadget that can determine your glasses prescription, with help from a remote optometrist.