Ever heard of Yttrium? It's what's called a 'rare‑earth element', one of seventeen rare‑earth elements.
Wind turbines are proving to be a sustainable and steady source of energy production.
Scientists are engineering a method for turning solar energy into fuel.
Zap... zap... zap... No, Ben Franklin was not struck by lightning.
Scientists have developed flexible, transparent solar cells that can be applied to windows, electronic devices, and really any surface!
While solar panels typically have smooth surfaces, leaves have tiny wrinkles and folds that allow for maximum light absorption.
Geothermal is a green power source and doesn't add carbon to the atmosphere the way fossil fuels do.
Small, targeted electric shocks to the brain have been shown to sharpen cognitive faculties. Would you plug yourself in?
It may seem like virtually everything these days is wireless phones, computers, WiFi. Everything, that is, except maybe the most important thing: electricity.
No extra coal for the fire, no lights: maybe old Ebenezer Scrooge had it right -- environmentally speaking, at least.