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Engineered Bacteria Excrete Propane Fuel
Researchers want to harness your stomach bugs in the service of your barbecue
The Rise Of Electric Car Charging Stations In The U.S. [Infographic]
New U.S. charging stations mean electric cars can travel
How Do We Program Ourselves To Save Fuel?
Monitoring and controlling drivers' behavior could save billions of dollars in gas.
Packing Up A Solar-Powered Plane That Will Fly Across America [Video]
Solar Impulse wants to go coast to coast, day and night.
Pumping Gas Into Commercial Airliners
At London’s Heathrow, which moves more international passengers than any other airport, the fuel jockeys of the Aircraft Service International … Continued
How to Pump Half a Million Gallons of Fuel From a Listing Cruise Liner
And just how much fuel is that?
The Last Drops: How to Bridge the Gap Between Oil and Green Energy
Oil won't run the world forever, but it will for the next few decades--so how do we get from here to the next energy economy?
Are We Ignoring the Small but Brilliant Innovations That Could Bridge the Energy Gap?
Our dependence on big systems--big oil, big coal--steers us away from little ones, such as biofuel made from garbage, that are transforming communities in other countries
First Space Fueling Station To Launch in 2015, Servicing Geosynchronous Satellites
When a satellite runs out of fuel, there are really only a couple options: Quietly become a piece of space … Continued