Cities have always been hotter than their surroundings. Meet the people trying to cool off the urban jungle even as the globe warms.
As the last coal-fired power plant plans to shut down at the end of the year, the Navajo Tribe is embracing renewables.
A virtual spine surgery tool and a new source of agricultural nutrients are two finalists in this year’s Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Turning hydrogen into a metal at room temperature could lead to new superconductors. But how far off is this super-material?
A new UN report says human interventions are the cause of a global biodiversity crisis.
From “Sponge Cities” in China to small “pocket prairies” in Houston, cities are fortifying communities to better prepare for wetter environments.