Using a particle accelerator and Float Zone Silicon, Rayton Solar, a company backed by Bill Nye and others, plans to produce high-efficiency silicon wafers just 3 microns thick, slashing costs for solar panels by up [...]

San Francisco Leads the Way

It seems that most trends, in the United States, either start in New York city or on the west coast in Los Angeles or San Francisco. I am hoping that this addition of bike lanes, [...]

Virgin Atlantic Commits to BioFuel

Virgin Atlantic has decided to use a methanol based Jet Fuel in its entire fleet. Lanzanol is a low-carbon “alcohol-to-jet” fuel that could reduce carbon emissions by up to 65% compared to regular jet fuel. [...]

Glow In The Dark Bike Path

I love this glow-in-the-dark bike path in Poland. The path, after charging in the sun, glows for ten hours in the dark. It would be cool to see how bright it made the path and [...]

It is a while before commercial implementation but scientists have discovered a material which could speed computer processing while requiring 100 times less power. Since the projected energy consumption is projected to dramatically increase over [...]