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Scientists at University of Georgia have developed a way to harvest energy from photosynthesis before the plant uses it.
Office suite of furniture is designed to let you take a break from your workday and get fit.
Have no idea what to make for dinner? Reeeally don't want to go to the store? You probably have everything you need for this delicious and highly customizable stew.
A study by New York's Department of Transportation showed that bike lanes improved retail sales by 49%.
Freecyclers will love this project, which teaches you how to build a stand where neighbors can share tools, toys, books and anything else they want to freecycle.
As their numbers continue to slip lower despite efforts to curb illegal hunting, the elephants themselves may soon prove to be a poacher's greatest deterrent.
Thankfully, there are folks like John Joinson who are doing their part to keep those black and yellow bugs in the pink.
From clouded leopards to challenged chapels.
If you happen to know of any female fish of the Mangarahara cichlid variety, the London Zoo would very much like to introduce her to a couple of extremely
It is a sign of our rapidly changing world -- both technologically and atmospherically -- that we can get daily updates on the growing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere via Twitter.
Not a surprise, but when it comes to safety, we're not looking for any surprises.
Canadian study shows different priorities for first-time home buyers.
It's time to end this destructive practice, and Appalachian residents descended upon Washington, D.C., this week to demand action.
The architects claim it's " the first house build only from upcycled and environmentally sustainable materials". Is it?
Coral Davenport at National Journal has a well-reported piece on the "coming civil war in the Republican party." Can the moderates turn the fundamentalists around?
Douglas Brinkley at Rolling Stone sat down for an hour with Vice President Joe Biden and the topic of climate change made up considerable bulk of the interview. It's worth a read
Using Landsat imagery taken from as early as 1984, Google Earth's animated GIFs are potent proof of how quickly our world changes.
Tomorrow, May 11th, is the 6th annual National Train Day in the US! Time to celebrate!
The car company has been stereotyped for years, but that hasn't stopped them from peddling every tired cliche about transit
British sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon uses willow branches to create expressive, larger-than-life works of environmental art.