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Energy Archive

  • Tapping the Tides

    First “underwater windmill” hitting the grid.

  • Gas Goes Solid

    Japanese researchers may have found the secret to exploiting the world’s untapped natural gas reserves.


  • Letters

    Insights and opinions from our readers.

  • Evolution's Missing Link

    A Sedimentologist offers a new explanation for one of evolution’s great mysteries.

  • Recharging the Power Grid

    Enormous flow batteries make large-scale electricity storage on the grid possible for the first time. Expect fewer blackouts and a thoroughly revamped electric power industry.

  • Letter from Nigeria

    According to the author, oil pipelines with low tech-or no tech-surveillance technologies are another example of digital divide.

  • North Korea-the Next Iraq?

    As the U.S. prepares to descend on Iraq, one question looms in the background: Is North Korea next?

  • Microbe Power

    A new fuel cell taps the energy of seafloor sediments.


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