The latest news on alternative fuels
Water significant limiting factor in growing crops like switchgrass.
Fuels developed from sugar, grain crops, or algae could be used more widely in the future.
Researchers find that when growing corn crops for ethanol, more means less.
A new type of nanomaterial could enable the next generation of high-power rechargeable batteries.
Researchers have developed a more efficient technique for producing biofuels from woody plants.
Rice study: Human activity eclipses Brazos River's native carbon cycle.
Algae might keep jet airplanes and cars running someday.
The presidential commission investigating the Gulf oil spill will address U.S. oil dependency.
A new process could fast-forward the crude-oil-making process from millennia to minutes.
China doubled its power capacity from 12 to 25 gigawatts in 2009.