England’s Reaction Engines Ltd. is developing a liquid-hydrogen-fueled airplane, called the A2, that would travel at speeds up to Mach 5, pollution-free.
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Teaching climate change in schools is never easy, but science teachers now face the objections of global warming skeptics and climate change deniers.
Marion Winik ponders the world before Google, the endless availability of information, and the necessity of turning to older search engines.
Recent brain research reveals that creative breakthroughs are made when we think with fewer rules.
Cities across the U.S. discover that good biking attracts great jobs and top talent to their communities.
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Thanks to the internet and the rise of collaborative consumption, great ideas can come to life without a loan (or a wealthy relative).