TEHRAN (Reuters) - Plugging the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico is no great challenge compared to what Iran has dealt with in the past, an official at Iran's drilling company said Sunday.
The quest to derive energy from wind may soon be getting some help from a fluid-dynamics expert -- and a school of fish.
WASHINGTON/VENICE, Louisiana (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Saturday blamed the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill on "a breakdown of responsibility" at energy giant BP Plc as he unveiled a commission to investigate the disaster.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Saturday that offshore oil drilling could only go forward if there were assurances that a disaster like the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill would not happen again.
TIANJIN, China (Reuters) - The United States could fall behind China and other countries in clean energy technology unless Congress passes energy legislation, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke said on Saturday.
Whether you build your own penetration test team or hire a third party, pen testing is crucial for security.
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Project will pass a historic Martian longevity record on May 20. The Opportunity rover will surpass the duration record set by NASA's Viking 1 Lander of six years and 116 days operating on the surface of Mars. The effects of favorable weather on the red...
LONDON, May 21 - Europe's utilities do not have enough capital to meet goals to overhaul its energy supply by 2020 and pension funds would struggle to plug the gap, said Tom Murley, head of an investment fund at private equity firm HgCapital.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - SolarWorld AG, one of Germany's largest solar companies by revenue, is betting big on U.S. production, expecting to lift its capacity here to 500 megawatts by year's end and maybe double that if demand remains strong.
HOUSTON/VENICE, Louisiana (Reuters) - Anger, skepticism and accusations of lying washed over energy giant BP Plc on Friday as it desperately tried to contain a month-old seabed well leak billowing crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
The hottest known planet in the Milky Way galaxy may also be its shortest-lived world. The doomed planet is being eaten by its parent star, according to observations made by a new instrument on NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph (COS). The planet may only have...
( Stevens Institute of Technology ) A team from Stevens Institute of Technology consisting of undergraduate student Sean Lyttle, along with graduate students: Wuming Jing, Xi Chen, and Zhenbo Fu and led by Professors David Cappelleri, Jan Nazalewicz and Yong Shi from the Department...
The company says it will close its Buffalo plant by the end of next year because of a lack of business, leaving 260 employees out of work.
Automaker gave a big boost to the battered Michigan economy Friday when it announced the addition of about 1,100 workers to help build the new Jeep Grand Cherokee.