Iowa State University professor Dionysios Aliprantis thinks electric engines are too fat and too lazy so he’s using computer modeling to slim them down.
The National Science Foundation is setting up shop at CES 2012 in Eureka Park, a new display area showcasing cutting edge tech just out of start up labs.
The National Science Foundation has launched Science360 Radio, believed to be the first radio stream dedicated to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
The National Science Foundation awards $20 million to build the research capacity of Iowa’s public universities in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Penn State researchers are developing microbial fuel cells that use bacteria to generate electricity from waste.
The National Science Foundation puts in $74 million for research centers focused on energy transmission, neural engineering, solar and water infrastructure.
The National Science Foundation has debuted for Apple iPad users a fancy app that provides wonderful nature images and other green content.
The National Science Foundation announces financial awards for four research teams that aim to improve the efficiency of photosynthesis in plants.
A computer scientist has earned a grant to study energy aware programming, or enabling energy management at the programming language level.
Magma stopped researchers short in their drilling on Iceland’s Krafla volcano. But they might have stumbled across a powerful source of very hot, dry steam.
A new study looks into how human cells adapt to changes in temperature and light and hopes to apply those principles to energy-saving “building skins.”