A generation of extremely efficient farmers increasingly sees irrigation as a nonviable alternative while mulling over a switch from water-intense cotton and wheat to rain-fed sorghum and grains...
A safer generation of airships, otherwise known as dirigibles, is trying to usher in a low-carbon future for air cargo
Pinning down the universe's missing mass remains one of cosmology's biggest challenges
Tidal power may be destined to remain a niche player in the U.S. energy portfolio, but the low-carbon energy source has one key advantage over wind and solar--it's as dependable as the moon's phases...
As South Africa angles for a massive telescope project, its own SALT telescope has been offline for a year
By driving the tides, our lunar companion may have jump-started biology--or at least accelerated its progression
A new proposal contends that stars formed alongside our sun might be recognizable, even after billions of years of separation