Google has been secretly working on new and revolutionary battery technologies according to reports by the Wall Street Journal.
A decision to approve genetically engineered eucalyptus trees in Brazil has been condemned by a number of international action groups.
Scientists at Virginia Tech in the US have developed a new breakthrough method of generating hydrogen.
Students from around California are revving up to put their car racing skills to the test this weekend.
The future of the solar industry is looking bright with the development of transparent solar panels that can double as windows while also generating electricity.
Power and automation company, ABB, and Samsung SDI, a leading manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries, have signed an MoU to develop microgrid solutions globally.
Manufacturers of emission-free buses are gaining traction with public transport departments around the world. But, while most schemes are running smoothly, Vancouver's has hit a bump in the road.
Alstom representatives and Helmut Riegger, the District Administrator of Calw in Germany, have signed a letter of intent for the planned use of new fuel cell drive emission-free trains on the Hermann-Hesse railway line.
A landmark coroners report, released in February in the UK, has called on airlines to take action to address the problem of toxic cabin air.
Toyota has joined other manufacturers including Dow, GE, Omega, Panasonic, P&G, Samsung and Coca-Cola as a major sponsor of the Olympic Games.