Cleaning a chemical tank with Iceblast
NASA climate scientist James Hansen talks about why cap and trade won't work, and his preference for a direct carbon tax on coal, oil and gas.
Marines test drive an augmented reality system that assists with tank repair procedures using a headset, and in-sight instructions and animation.
Novozymes North America president Adam Monroe talks about why the auto industry will continue to look for biofuel solutions and the use of municipal waste as a feedstock.
The wastewater from one of Iceland's geothermal power plants forms the Blue Lagoon, where 300,000 tourists a year go to frolic in the blue-green algae-infested waters.
Surveillance footage from the U.S. Coast Guard and nearby businesses show the devastation caused by the explosion, and the volatility of the ecotane production process.
A theoretical bench-top factory that uses nano-sized production lines to sort atoms and fabricate atomically-precise devices.
This Automatic Multiple Pig Launching system allows a series of pipeline pigs to be launched into a pipeline at operator controlled intervals, minimizing the number of times a trap door has to be opened.
The principle behind ionic liquids and why they can be used to replace acids and organic solvents.
Welders, Iron Workers and Dairy Farmers are ranked in CNN's five worst jobs due to unfavourable working conditions, pay and future prospects.
The fictional Retro Encabulator device, which uses six hydrocoptic marzel vanes and an ambifacient lunar wane shaft to prevent unwanted side fumbling. We can't believe the salesman was able to keep a straight face.
Boeing is racing a hydroplane that uses a 50/50 blend of sustainable biofuel and jet fuel.
Repairing a methane reactor is one thing, but doing it submerged under 25 feet of hot sludge is another thing all together.
Inside Sadex Corp.'s Sioux City, Iowa food processing plant where ionizing radiation is used to kill bacteria, reduce spoilage parasites, inhibit sprouting and delay ripening.
The Energy Information Administration recently released its 2010 energy report, looking at how demand for liquid fuels, natural gas, solar and wind will change over the next 25 years — and there's a good chance biofuel production will not reach mandated levels.