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In a city with deep history, we take a look at some of London’s newest innovations and ideas for sustainability.
Ancient water below Canadian gold mines may offer new clues about evolution—and new life forms here on Earth.
National Geographic is headed on the road to find some stories about our planet and it’s future. This time: the UK.
A new study tells you how happy your state is. But is it something a computer can really measure?
A prominent social scientist says our best innovating days are behind us. Not a chance.
After three years of scouring the universe for evidence of the most distant galaxies, the Herschel Space Observatory is running out of fuel.
Food innovation happens with everything we eat. Why don’t we ever hear about it?
Innovation permeates academics at Stanford University. We visit a few labs to see the inventions—big and small—that may change tomorrow.
Manure is a hefty waste product of dairy and livestock farming. One farmer shows us it can be a valuable tool to produce energy.
Imagine stepping into a house 25 times smaller than your current abode. We decided to check out just how small a 100-square-foot house actually is.
All across California, water researchers are studying how water—and not enough of it—will affect the state in the future.
Most cities recycle about 50 percent of their waste. In Fresno, California, it’s a stunning 73 percent. But the goal is much higher.
Building a beach is more intensive than you’d think. Shoreline communities have dredged for new sand for decades to keep their beaches attractive. Will super storms make it harder?