If you’re firing up the barbecue this week for a July 4 cookout, check out this week’s Reactions video. They've got chemistry knowledge that will impress your guests like, “why is red meat red?” and they also settle, once and for all, the age-old debate of gas vs. charcoal.
Bloomberg's Alix Steel updates today's commodities news stories. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
Renewable energy will draw almost two-thirds of the spending on new power plants over the next 25 years, dwarfing spending on fossil fuels.
It’s been around for decades and it’s probably in your diet soda — for a little while longer anyway. PepsiCo announced recently it was removing the artificial sweetener aspartame from its Diet Pepsi products. So Reactions answers the question, “Is aspartame safe?”
Oil prices have rebounded from a three-day drop. But it's the start of storm season, which could create price volatility in the coming months.
With little free space above ground, Singapore is using vast caverns to house its $300 billion chemicals and oil industry.
It's estimated that humans will produce about 65.4 million tons of E-waste by 2017. Now scientists at UW-Madison have developed a biodegradable chip that could help manufacturers move away from using hazardous materials in some electronic parts.
Authorities say no one was hurt after a natural gas pipeline rupture sparked a massive fire that prompted home evacuations in South Texas. DeWitt County officials say the pipeline ruptured near Lindenau Sunday evening.
The Solar Impulse is the first plane that is trying to circumnavigate the globe using only solar power. Bloomberg breaks down all the stats about the plane and all the records the Solar Impulse is attempting to break.
A study conducted in April by Symantec found that computer-system invaders attacked 43 percent of global mining, oil and gas companies at least once last year.
A suspension bridge in the United States stretching — and collapsing — in high winds in 1940 inspires a silent, swaying new-look wind turbine in Spain today.
The $85 billion question for Chevron's shareholders: Will the company's two major LNG projects in Australia pay off? Bloomberg goes inside Chevron's biggest projects in the world in this special report.
A tasty mead that could help fight infections? We'll drink to that!
Oil in New York headed for the first weekly decline since March after OPEC agreed to maintain its crude production target, leaving the market oversupplied. Bloomberg's Alix Steel reports on "Bloomberg Markets."