A new study from Britain's Imperial University says your computer and other electronics could be making you sick. A London newspaper says the study's going to be published in August.
As the global warming debate rages, Heather Clancy chronicles the smart grid, electric vehicles, alternative energy, green IT and other developments shaping the green technology movement.
Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist specializing in transformative technology and innovation
There's a detailed, delightful (if you're a chemist) explication of the recent ozone research over on the realclimate blog. It's helpful to follow the realclimate blog's explanation of the vast difference between ozone's behavior on the earth's surface, and in the stratosphere.
Airplanes are a cursed blessing. They make travel over long distances possible in less time than anybody could have imagined 120 years ago.
Hey folks, can we just get our ozone in balance? Seems like crystals and mantras aren't gonna do it.
The July 16th earthquake that hit Japan's Niigata prefecture has left the country shaken: sesimically, politically, economically. There are elections for the nation's upper house on July 29.
Blogging fronm home could be good for your health, 'cause that commute's a killer. And now "Forbes" had done some figurin' to find out which of the 25 largest metro areas in America have the deadliest commute.
The 2005 New Orleans flooding and aftermath remain a political hot button here. Now British politics is awash in flood problems.
The internal combustion engine is older than, well, older than Ford Motor Company. But now some research sponsored by Ford and BP may be about to alter the standard car engine.
I wouldn't hold my breath on anything getting done about the atmosphere and climate change in the current configuration of power in Washington D.C.
The purpose of this new ZDnet blog is help sort out what's happening and what's hype in the Green Tech world. Green is the key word here.