Using tech known as lidar, a device will map forests in 3D and increase understanding of their role in the carbon cycle.
Because the cost of solar panels has dropped so much, designing three-dimensional structures to take in more light intake and boost power output now makes sense, according to researchers at MIT.
By scattering microwaves with plasmonic materials, University of Texas researchers achieve "three-dimensional cloaking," one step closer to rending something transparent in visible light.
Today we've got 404 listener Leopold's take on our theme song, Back to the Future/The 404 mash-up fan art, and a prize giveaway courtesy of Otterbox!
The architecture and design software company is trying to popularize green building retrofits with a suite of sustainability analysis tools for building professionals.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos examines the prospects for Ovonics Unified Memory, a new kind of flash memory that could hit the market sometime toward the end of the decade.