Bacteria associated with the ancient disease leprosy can reprogram cells to make the liver grow.
By modifying a few genes in an ordinary golden vine, it is possible to increase the plant's ability to clean air and also make it clean the air from more kinds of particles.
The search engine Ecosia has a new feature which can help its users understand if major businesses actually commit to the climate or if they are greenwashers.
A previously unknown process shows the way to better performance in rechargeable batteries.
An ordinary mobile phone can work as part of an early warning system that shows if a bridge needs maintenance to keep traffic flowing.
A new material might make it possible to not have to replace fixed batteries as often as is currently needed.
Soon, wind turbines could be able to both provide the world with clean energy and at the same time capture carbon dioxide from the air and use it to produce materials like for example concrete.
The Ocean Cleanup has come up with a novel solution to stop plastic entering our oceans via rivers - a solar-powered barge which uses curved barriers to catch waste floating downstream.
A new optical chip can transfer twice as much data with a single laser as the entire internet can currently handle.
Better regulation of the battery's temperature during charging will provide fast charging even for smaller batteries and guarantee that a charge does not take more than ten minutes.
The University of Groningen located in the Netherlands has been working on a solution to the problem of birds colliding with airplanes: a robotic falcon controlled from the ground.