Scientists want to correct a perception that all biofuels and bioenergy are equally good for the environment and are all lower in carbon emissions than fossil fuels.
In the past few years, we've pushed material innovation back into the reactor to change the backbone chemistry and create truly innovative polymers.
Like a father that thinks his son's report card is never good enough, there is still a lot of complaining about the economy despite the positive reports.
Natural disasters remind us that some things are out of our control, but there is a lot to gain from being prepared for the worst.
We allow ourselves to ignore trash simply by shoving it in a desk drawer or behind a closed door. If your facility’s “snow” melted, would there be a big pile of garbage underneath?
There are still many ways to improve performance and become more competitive while keeping operations in the United States.
James Delayo, New York City’s former chief crane inspector, is headed to up to six years in prison because 10 grand in sweaty money was too much to pass up. It’s time to contemplate pricing.
It is estimated that ten percent of all U.S. military casualties come from the delivery of fuel.
GPS — once used to locate nuclear submarines — is now used to find Starbucks. Companies like Nestle are trying to keep up with these fundamental shifts in technology.
We keep failing to recognize all the potential problems with new products, as well as how to really conduct product safety analysis.
The Obama administration wants to know what you think should be included in its manufacturing policy, so put the politics aside and get involved.
Procter & Gamble is at the center of an investigation into yesterday’s market chaos, which caused all of our investments and 401(k)s to temporarily tank. It felt like the machines were taking over.
Can wind farms and solar arrays replace offshore oil rigs?
Anti-smoking legislation in Australia will render cigarette marketing obsolete, as brand awareness will be nearly impossible with plain, logo-free packages.