Can We Really Combat Climate Change by Consuming Less? Maybe.
In her new book, scientist Hope Jahren talks about the warming planet and what can be done to slow its effects
New Tracking Technology Reveals Hidden Animal Migration Routes
Using improved GPS collars, scientists are mapping more herd migration routes than ever before, a key to conservation efforts in the western United States
Are These Baked Mushroom Sandals the Future of Fashion?
As sustainable fashion goes mainstream, multiple designers are turning to fungi for compostable attire
There's No Such Thing as a Hypoallergenic Cat
With its short tight curl, many claim that the Cornish Rex is proof that cats can be allergen-free. Nope
Is This New Material a Game Changer for Thermoelectricity?
Researchers at the University of Utah have developed an inexpensive, non-toxic material that converts heat to electricity
This Biologist Defies Gravity (and Glass Ceilings) to Document the Effects of Climate Change
As one of five American women in this role, Heather Wilson blends aviation and birds to bolster climate change records
Could Wood Scraps Fuel Planes?
Alaska Airlines powered a cross-country commercial flight using a new biofuel derived from wood waste
Move Over Solar: There’s New Energy Right At Our Feet
Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are turning wood pulp, a common waste material, into a flooring that generates electricity
Meet an Environmental Activist and an Artist Who Share a Passion for “Trashion”
One man's trash suit is another woman's work of art
A Chemist and a Designer Team Up to Weave Solar Panels Into Fabric
Trisha Andrew and Marianne Fairbanks are developing a solar textile that could end up in clothing, curtains, car seats and tents
Robotics Can Get Girls Into STEM, but Some Still Need Convincing
The lack of women leaders in STEM creates “a catch-22 death spiral.” Robotics teams try to change that