Online versions of college courses are attracting hundreds of thousands of students, millions of dollars in funding, and accolades from university administrators. Is this a fad, or is higher education about to get the overhaul it needs?
Japan is desperately trying to replace its nuclear-power capacity with renewables. It still has a long way to go.
General Atomics has applied for DOE funds to commercialize a nuclear reactor that could lower electricity costs by 40 percent.
In a Q&A, Julie Larson-Green explains why Microsoft felt it was necessary to rethink an operating system used by 1.2 billion people.
The electric vehicle battery maker edges closer to bankruptcy.
Technology is the primary cause of our skyrocketing health-care costs. It could also be the cure.
Aquion Energy says its batteries could make the power grid unnecessary in some countries.
Why are we cramming 21st century technology into a socket designed by Edison?
A letter to John Stuart Mill about the limits of what may be shown or said on the Web.
Students anywhere are being offered free instruction online. What will that do to the trillion-dollar education business?