U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu today announced 43 cutting-edge research projects that aim to dramatically improve how the U.S. uses and produces energy.
Calgon Carbon Corp., which makes water and air purifying systems, said Wednesday its chief financial officer has resigned and it has named a replacement.The company named Stevan R. Schott its new chief financial officer, effective immediately. Schott, 47, replaces Leroy M. Ball, 42, who has...
According to police, the fact that Robert Reza went into the building after shooting his ex-girlfriend indicates that he was actually in the hunt for something or someone.
The EPA's renewable fuel standard for 2011 issued this week reduces the cellulosic biofuel mandate from 250 million gallons to a 6-25 million gallon range.
PRIOLO GARGALLO, Italy (Reuters) - Italy is set to name the head of a new nuclear safety agency within days, moving closer to a relaunch of the nuclear power industry abandoned over 20 years ago, the Environment Minister said on Wednesday.
LONDON/HOUSTON (Reuters) - BP investors paused for breath on Wednesday ahead of a fresh attempt to stop the burst Macondo well from spewing oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
Perhaps best known as a supplier of Diesel and Heating Oil Tanks, British storage tank specialist TankDepot.co.uk, has announced the addition of 2 new ranges of Adblue / Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Storage and Dispensing Tanks.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Sea levels are rising unevenly in the Indian Ocean, placing millions at risk along low-lying coastlines in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Sri Lanka, scientists say in a study.
PassWindow, an Asian Innovations Award finalist, is a credit-card sized piece of plastic, but it's being tested by banks as a way of preventing Internet fraud.
NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer has discovered a galaxy tail studded with bright knots of new stars. The tail, which was created as the galaxy IC 3418 plunged into the neighboring Virgo cluster of galaxies, offers new insight into how stars form.
NASA's Juno spacecraft will be forging ahead into a treacherous environment at Jupiter with more radiation than any other place NASA has ever sent a spacecraft, except the sun. In a specially filtered cleanroom in Denver, where Juno is being assembled, engineers recently added a unique...
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Mini-hydro power, waste water and geothermal projects are shaping up as favorites among green investors eyeing Indonesia, but regulatory problems are holding back a potentially lucrative sector, investors said on Tuesday.
OSLO (Reuters) - Some marine life thrives on oil bubbling up naturally from the seabed even though it cannot cope with giant single leaks like from BP's ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico, experts say.
LONDON (Reuters) - European carbon futures broke below 14 euros for the first time in three months on Tuesday, a day after tumbling by 4 percent, as speculators weighed on the market in the absence of utility buying, traders said.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Africa's game parks have lost well over half of their big mammals, such as the lions and buffalos that draw millions of tourists each year, to rampant hunting and farming since 1970, a study has found.