Genetically modified crops will allow farming practices closer to the ideals of the organic movement.
The mobile Web browsing of three million people reveals how pervasive ad tracking technology is and shows that Google’s is dominant.
Electric vehicle range drops in cold weather, and technological solutions are years away.
Carbon dioxide captured from power plants could make geothermal energy more practical.
Microchips modeled on the brain may excel at tasks that baffle today’s computers.
Indoor location technology brings Internet-style tracking to physical spaces.
Climate change will make it increasingly difficult to feed the world. Biotech crops will have an essential role in ensuring that there’s enough to eat.
Crops that aid humanitarian causes may soften opposition to genetic modification, says Mark Lynas.
Investments in energy start-ups can count as charitable grants. Could this funding approach help get new technologies to market?