Graphene Can Be Harmful to Human Cells, Scientists Say

Researchers from Brown University discovered that graphene can interfere with normal functions of human cells posing serious threats to human and animal health. The study...

Obama’s Plan: Greening Up Coal Power Plants by Stimulating Oil Extraction

Is it possible to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while encouraging investors to put their money on coal-fired power plants and oil? According to Barack Obama's...

Chemical Company Fights Ban on Its Pesticide Connected to Crop Damage

After being linked to the damage of soybean and other crops throughout the US farm belt, the herbicide dicamba is prohibited to be sprayed...

New Low Cost, Low Energy Water Treatment Plant Engineered By UK Scientists

A team from the University of Exeter designed and built a pilot water treatment plant, specifically engineered to remove contamination from waste water from...

Google Street View Cars Detect Methane Gas Leaks In U.S. Cities

It does not matter which way you look at it, gas leaks are never a good thing. People's lives are put at risk, as there...
North Dakota Natural Gas Flares Seen from Space

North Dakota Light Pollution Seen From Space UPDATED

When looking at satellite photos of the earth taken at night, it is easy to see urban areas as brights spots in a sea...
Do You Know What the Fish and Ducks are Doing in Your Potable Water Right Now?

Ridiculous – Guy Pees in Reservoir, Portland Drains 38 Million Gallons of Potable Water

Open-air reservoirs are slowly becoming a thing of the past, judging from what Portland did to its thirty-eight million gallon reservoir of potable water...
The device used by Yang in which light sensitive nanowire electrode and bacteria catalyst coverts water and Carbon dioxide into HydroCarbon gas

Device Reduces Carbon Dioxide with Bacteria and Nanowires

A scientist from University of California, Berkeley, came up with a bright idea on carbon dioxide reduction by mimicking photosynthesis. This is in the person...

California Fires Warning Shot in the Battle Against Fracking Waste

On November 15th, Vintage Productions of Kern County, a southern California oil company, was fined $60,000 after being caught on camera dumping fracking waste...

Tree Leaves Trap 50% of Particulate Matter Pollution

Studies by the World Health Organization (WHO) have demonstrated that air pollution is a bona fide killer and causes more deaths than AIDS and...