Watch the US Navy launch an ocean glider from a helicopter
The Slocum glider is a type of robot designed to gather information about the sea's conditions.
A robot gardener outperformed human horticulturalists in one vital area
UC Berkeley researchers claim their robotic farmer passes the green thumb Turing Test.
Every drop of the Colorado River counts. So what about evaporation?
The biggest reservoirs on the Colorado River are disappearing. But the issue of evaporation is not so cut and dry.
1 in 5 people are likely to live in dangerously hot climates by 2100
Most people live with a mean annual temperature of 55 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Billions of people could see 84 degrees or higher by the end of the century.
Why the recycling symbol is part of a ‘misinformation campaign’
The recognizable chasing arrows icon could be doing more harm than good—so the EPA wants to toss it.
Ford EVs can soon be charged at Tesla stations
Mustang Mach-E, F-150 Lightning and E-Transit customers can start using adapters to plug into superchargers.
Scientists and Indigenous people team up to build a kelp seed bank
In Washington State, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s new preservation facility offers a back-up plan for an uncertain future.
Gasoline use isn’t falling fast enough. Targeting ‘superusers’ could help.
America may have hit 'peak gasoline,' but the fossil fuel’s decline is still too slow to meet climate goals.
How to get rid of the giant ads blocking your favorite websites
You'll never have to look for that elusive "X" again.
Plant-covered roofs could help chill Brazil’s heat-stricken favelas
How one group in Rio de Janeiro teamed up with researchers to adapt green roof technology for their community.