The Canadian province is going to be one of the first to pay big bucks to bury its fumes.
CARS, Carbon Algae Recycling System, is a project that plans to use CO2 to grow algae that can clean toxins and make fuels.
Consternation and angst reign after the famed physicist suggests there are no black holes from which light can't escape to infinity.
The world's largest QR code is also partly edible. A down-home farm experience goes high-tech by carving a code out of a corn field.
A small charter aircraft is taxiing along a runway at New York's JFK airport. The pilot is allegedly so keen to use his cell phone that he may not have been paying full attention, and the plane strikes ground lights.
Amateur video purports to show a few dozen pieces of the broken-up satellite on their way to a final resting place, perhaps somewhere in the Canadian wilderness?
Fuel refiner Valero joins Enerkem as a strategic investor with money to finance construction of a garbage-to-ethanol plants.
Enerkem breaks ground on facility that plans to convert 100,000 tons of household trash a year into ethanol, diverting landfill and reducing emissions.
These collectible quarters featuring a dinosaur on one side will light up your pocket, but they cost $29.95 apiece.
Microsoft goes public with a full list of the pop-up brick-and-mortar stores it plans to open sometime this fall in the U.S. and Canada.