Carbonized Chicken Feathers Better Than Carbon Nanotubes at Storing Hydrogen

Delaware University scientists have found that not only the latest hi-tech nanotubes or metal composites can store hydrogen effectively, but also a substance that's been around for millions of years, naturally: carbonized keratin.

Amsterdam Collects Urine to Fertilize City’s Green Roofs

Earlier this month, the city of Amsterdam was the host of the International Water Week, a remarkable event that gathered environmentalists and governmental officials,...

Smart Traffic Light System Reduces Traffic Jams and Pollution, Boosts Fuel Efficiency

Researchers at MIT have found a way to drastically reduce urban air pollution, traffic jams and even boost fuel economy. The solution is an...

Disney Makes Nikola Tesla’s Wireless Power Dreams Come True

It looks like the Disney company has made Nikola Tesla's dream of wireless power transmission a reality. At least on a small scale. Disney Research...