Moon 'wasn't created by giant collision'

A new chemical analysis of lunar material collected by Apollo astronauts in the 1970s appears to disprove theories that the moon was created through a massive collision between Earth and a Mars-sized object 4.5 billion years ago.

Top energy innovators put DOE labs to work

From hydrogen fuel cell storage systems to next-generation solar windows and more efficient computing to marine power tech, a whole lot of significant green breakthroughs have occurred in our national laboratories. 



Why are there no volcanoes on the moon?

Scientists believe they've discovered why the moon has no active volcanoes, despite containing plenty of liquid magma.

Apple licenses ultra-durable metal alloys

Apple has reportedly licensed a number of amorphous metal alloys with unique atomic structures. 

The alloys - which are harder than titanium or aluminum - could be used to design mobile devices that are stronger, lighter and more resistant to corrosion.