Tesla is building what will be the world's largest battery factory. New drone footage taken in the desert of Nevada shows how far construction has moved along.
If the butts are carefully processed, the cellulose acetate inside the filters can be used to make things such as park benches and pallets.
Authorities say as many as 105,000 gallons may have leaked out of a busted pipeline.
Authorities along California's central coast are dealing with one of the worst oil spills in years after a ruptured pipeline seeped crude into a storm drain for hours.
Belgium is known for its beer — and its chocolate. Now scientists say if you put the two together, it results in a superior tasting sweet treat.
Demonstrators on kayaks protested, as a huge oil rig arrived in Seattle. Royal Dutch Shell plans to use the rig for drilling in remote arctic waters off Alaska's coast.
In Speaking of Chemistry, host Sophia Cai explains that EPS actually can be recycled, but the prohibitive costs have prompted cities to ban the pesky product instead.
Take a ride in the Toyota Mirai, the world's first mass-market, hydrogen-powered all-electric car named after the Japanese word for "future." Is this the car that will put an end to Tesla's electric vehicle dominance?
State regulators in North Carolina say private wells near some of Duke Energy's coal ash pits are contaminated. The utility says it will provide drinking water for residents notified by the state.
National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins tells CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci about the NIH's declining budget and how China is now ahead of the U.S. in R&D.
Traditional food purveyors Hershey and the Culinary Institute of America are showing how sweet 3D printing can be.
Apple entering the electric car business? Tesla CEO Elon Musk thinks that 'would be great,' but says he's not losing significant talent to Apple.
Charles and David Koch are major players in the oil and gas industry — and in GOP politics.
Crews battle a smokestack fire at the U.S. Oil and Refinery Co. that sent plumes of black smoke across the sky in Washington.
We’ve all been there before, our electronic device is about to die just as we board a plane. Now engineers at B/E Aerospace think they have found a new source that will recharge the phone: the sun.