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A Better Way To Turn Trash Into Gas
Melinda Sims pulls more power from land fills
The USGS Is Mapping Human-Caused Earthquake Hazards
Earthquake mapping reveals humans can actually cause earthquakes.
Not Just New York: Gas Leaks Are A Problem All Over The U.S.
Some evidence suggests a natural gas explosion triggered this morning's building collapses in New York City. Here's why we should all be worried.
Scientists Sniff Out Nearly 6,000 Gas Leaks In Washington, D.C.
A dozen of the leaks were found to be potentially explosive.
America’s Road To Energy Independence, Part 2
A four-part series on the clean technologies that will set us free
Japan Has Won The Race To Extract Gas From Offshore Methane Ice
This is the first successful production of natural gas from off-shore supplies of methane hydrate, a huge untapped energy resource.
2013 Prediction: Energy Levels The Field
Time will tell if natural gas is a bridge or a brick wall.
Most Convoluted Crystal Ever Made Has Enough Surface Area To Cover A Desk
New metal-organic frameworks have so much internal surface area a single gram could blanket one-and-a-half football fields.
Enter the Popular Science/InnoCentive Mercury Removal Challenge
A great new challenge from InnoCentive, with a nice hefty prize, all centering around improving natural gas operations. Mercury, which...
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?