Review: Tesla's Model S is fast and fun

I am now a member of a select club: I'm one of the very few who has driven Tesla's new all-electric Model S luxury sedan.

Gas from pollutants, forest fires at potentially toxic levels

Forest fires and emission of air pollutants, which include fumes from vehicles running on diesel and slow burning of coal and charcoal, release isocyanic acid in the troposphere. In 2011, scientists first detected isocyanic ...

No evidence of polar warming during penultimate interglacial

The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), driven by temperature and salinity gradients, is an important component of the climate system; it transfers an enormous amount of heat via ocean currents and atmospheric ...

Cleantech investment down sharply in 2nd quarter

In another sign of the turbulence affecting cleantech, global clean technology venture investment dropped to $1.6 billion in the second quarter, down 14 percent from the previous quarter and 25 percent from the $2.1 billion ...

Do dolphins use nonlinear mathematics?

Research from the University of Southampton, which examines how dolphins might process their sonar signals, could provide a new system for man-made sonar to detect targets, such as sea mines, in bubbly water.

TandemLaunch licenses new 3-D technology

Max Planck Innovation, the technology transfer organization of the Max Planck Society has licensed a new method for processing digital stereo image content to TandemLaunch Technologies, a Canada based company, which develops ...

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