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Vehicle of Change

It's not just about transportation: the transition to fuel-cell cars could transform energy infrastructures and developing economies while helping the environment

September 16, 2002 — Lawrence D. Burns, J. Byron McCormick and Christopher E. Borroni-Bird

Next-Generation Nuclear Power

Advanced nuclear power plants might be the best way to meet future energy needs without worsening global warming

January 24, 2002 — James A. Lake, Ralph G. Bennett and John F. Kotek

Cutting the Cord

For billions of years the sun has steadily provided vast amounts of energy. Are we ready to tap into this resource?

April 30, 2001 — Naomi Lubick

Reconsidering Martian Winds

Although many features on the surface of Mars are now credited to water, wind too may have played a significant part in their creation

December 11, 2000 — Kristin Leutwyler

Radioactive Wrecks

Sunken nuclear subs pose no immediate threat, but they could be long-term ecological time bombs

November 19, 2000 — Mark Alpert
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Dwindling Supply. Increasing Demand.

Dwindling Supply. Increasing Demand.

Solving the Water Crisis