John Hofmeister, former U.S. president of Royal Dutch Shell Plc and founder of Citizens for Affordable Energy, talks about why he thinks many analysts are underestimating the oil market.
Denver city officials have temporarily barred the sale of approximately 60,000 marijuana plants. Why? The plants might have been contaminated by unapproved pesticides.
Science fans, assemble: The new "Avengers" movie opens today! Reactions looks at the chemistry of the Avengers, including Tony Stark’s suit, Captain America’s shield and Black Widow’s super-fast healing.
Roubini Global Economics co-founder Nouriel Roubini discusses the "new normal" for oil prices for the next few years.
The Louisiana facility was able to improve productivity and run-length time with Styrex process inhibitors, as well as maximize cooling system performance through chemistry and automation.
RJ O’Brien & Associates’ Phil Streible discusses the price of oil.
Tortoise Capital Advisors Portfolio Manager Robert Thummel discusses challenges for the oil and gas services industries in the wake of lower oil prices. He speaks on “In The Loop.”
Five years after the BP oil spill, WWL-TV's investigative team looks at how much money BP has paid to businesses and other victims, and asks the question: Was it enough?
Blue Bell says it is pulling its entire line of ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbert and other frozen snacks.
The National Association of Manufacturers released a new study that states the ozone regulation under consideration by the EPA could cost manufacturing and the total U.S. economy $140 billion per year.
April 22, 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the first large-scale use of chemical weapons in modern warfare. Some of the best minds in chemistry at that time, including a Nobel Prize winner, used their knowledge of science to build humanity’s new weapons of mass destruction.
A PhD student created a chemistry comic book to help her family understand her thesis — then raised $14,000 from a Kickstarter campaign to produce more comics for schools.
The workers in booming oil towns used to be served lobster and rib-eye — now they're being served chicken fried steak. How the oil industry's 'man camps' are being squeezed out of business.
Cat Island was once one of the four largest bird-nesting grounds in Louisiana. But the Deepwater Horizon oil spill killed the mangroves growing there, destroying the root system that held the island's sediment in place.
Meet the robots wowing manufacturers at the Hannover Messe — the world's biggest industrial fair. From inspiring innovative materials to improving safety, these robots aim to bring manufacturing facilities into a new age.