What life would be like if engineers didn't develop remote controls.
Mars Chocolate has unveiled a 28,000-panel solar garden, which provides 20 percent of the peak energy consumption at its New Jersey manufacturing plant.
A tour of Coskata's semi-commercial facility in Madison, PA, where ethanol is produced from a wide variety of feedstocks using plasma gasification and specially engineered microorganisms.
The Nuclear Energy Institute believes that nuclear energy has become the most reliable carbon-free source of electricity, boasting an efficiency of around 90 percent.
Coskata successfully scales up a feedstock-flexible ethanol process—from there, the possibilities are endless, especially for collocation within the processing industry.
Campbell Soup said that it will cut the amount of sodium in its SpaghettiOs canned pastas by up to 35 percent, as food makers increasingly try to make healthier products for children.
A proposal to require the owners of a New Jersey nuclear power plant to install water cooling towers that would help revive the waterway at the site has been put on hold.
A man believed to be the only consumer to develop "popcorn lung" from regularly eating microwave popcorn and its artificial butter flavoring has settled his claims against a flavor developer.
Exxon Mobil, the world's largest publicly traded oil company, is making a $29 billion bet that pressure to curb climate change will mean natural gas.
How differential pressure flowmeters work, and the configurations used to optimize readings for various process conditions.
An idled pipe and cold temperatures set off a series of events that culminated in a gas explosion and chlorine gas release at Valero's McKee refinery.
An explosion at a chemical plant in the Houston area shook nearby homes, generated black smoke seen for miles and injured two workers.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry asked the U.S. EPA to withdraw its finding that greenhouse gases threaten the public health and welfare of Americans, alleging the conclusion is based on "manipulated data."
Domestic political opposition, corruption, grass-roots intransigence and sheer bureaucratic incompetence stand as significant roadblocks to any agreement on emissions curbs.