An experimental proposal to reduce the devastation caused by hurricanes to humans and the environment. An important part of any geo-engineering plan is the ability to turn it off. This method can be instantly turned off without any residual effects... Read More
Project Home 2011 scientific research
The scientific research project, Project Home 2011, which was an investor funded research project from 1979 to January 1, 2011, has devised a new technology using electromagnetic forces on the quantum level to motivate a vehicle, including the... Read More
Planet Forward
Ecovative Design is developing packaging material that is affordable and biodegradable. The secret: fungi and agricultural waste. In this month's Nightly Business Report segment we visit Ecovative's lab and get up close and personal with the new... Read More
There's a virtual "climate crystal ball" just a few miles from Washington D.C. in Edgewater, MD, where the nation's longest-running carbon dioxide experiment is still going strong. Smithsonian scientists are using a Chesapeake Bay salt marsh to get... Read More
National Science Foundation
In this episode of Green Revolution, learn how solar cells capture energy from the sun, and how scientists and engineers are improving this technology so you can use the power of the sun on the go.
The George Washington University
In the wake of the Joplin, Missouri tornado, Greensburg provides hope for rebuilding not just successfully, but sustainably. Greensburg's takeaway message: "When you loose everything you have, your quality of life doesn't change if your priorities... Read More
Second Nature
University of Montana president George Dennison discusses how biomass converters, such as the university's approximately $16 million project, will save his and other institutions money.
National Science Foundation
According to these researchers, renewable energy is a vital part of the country’s energy future. However, there is variability in renewable sources (sometimes it’s not sunny or windy!), so this team is developing ways to make sure our energy supply... Read More
National Science Foundation
Can bugs save the planet? Join host Lisa Van Pay, PhD (aka a scientist) as she explores exciting alternative energy research taking place around the country.
Planet Forward
Students at Gonzaga University are working on a machine that can make fuel pellets out of corn stover and animal waste as a project for the EPA's P3 research competition.