In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, the government has decided to hold off on taking a firm stance in the net neutrality debate.
A Californian company has filed a patent for a technology which it says allows CO2 and natural gas to be converted directly to gasoline.
MIT has developed an autonomous floating robot that it says can absorb as much as 20 times its own weight in oil.
A long-awaited report into the Intergovernmetal Panel on Climate Change has concluded that the panel, which manages research into climate change, needs changes at the top.
Brazilian scientists believe they have found a way of tapping electricity direct from the air - and preventing lightning strikes at the same time.
Tackling sea level rises though geoengineering won't work, and would impose enormous risks on future generations, according to an international research team.
A Canadian company will next month launch what would surely be a hippy's perfect car - one built largely from cannabis.
Researchers have developed a system allowing large-scale solar power installations to keep themselves clean, based on technology developed for missions to Mars.
Scientists have cataloged a new and enormous aquatic garbage dump in the western North Atlantic.
A new study brands Americans 'clueless' on energy-saving measures, saying they expect tiny changes to save the planet.
A German city is installing paving slabs that scrub the air clean of pollutants.
Hands up everyone that has fond memories of a pedal-powered toy car. Yup, thought so. And for those that want to recreate the experience, a new adult-sized, human-powered vehicle is about to go into production.
Despite concern that it's ineffective and potentially dangerous, a government task force has concluded that there's no reason carbon sequestration shouldn't be introduced on a large scale within the next ten years.
Norwegian firm Ensol and the University of Leicester have developed a spray-on coating for windows that acts as a solar cell.
Apparently people don't like it when giant corporate behemoths start talking about how to change the way the Internet works for the purpose of lining their pocketbooks.
If something isn't done about a new disease making its way through North America, there will be nothing scary about caverns in the US because bats are dying off by the millions.
A $1 million prize is on offer to anyone that can do a better job of cleaning up oil spills than BP.
The last decade has been the warmest on record, and there's now conclusive evidence that the world is getting hotter, according to a major study from the NOAA.
The tiny algae known as phytoplankton - which form the basis of the entire marine food chain - have been disappearing globally over the last hundred years.
Rednecks may have to choose between their love of SUVs and their hatred of Mexicans, if predictions from Princeton University linking climate change and immigration turn out to be true.