An auto executive says he is a "gladiator" fighting Tesla's "attacks" on the dealer franchise system in a recently uncovered video.
SpaceX wins a NASA earth science satellite contract even as a Trump adviser hints at slashing the department's earth science budget.
An Ethiopian ant species looks poised become a globally invasive species, disrupting ecosystems and human settlements.
Prima Biomed has teamed up with Chinese company WuXi Biologics to tap into China's growing importance as a biologics manufacturer, says CEO Marc Voigt.
BRUSSELS, Nov 24- EU pension funds will have to include environmental risks in their investment strategies, under a law passed on Thursday, that ecologists hope will encourage money to flow out of fossil fuels and into greener sectors. It comes as the European Union looks at other measures to reduce long-term systemic risks linked to climate change, extreme...
The Republican election sweep preceded sell-offs in renewable energy and clean tech shares.
The biopharmaceutical company revealed it faced serious complications with its Phase II clinical trial of JCAR015.
A solar power and battery storage microgrid can supply residents on the island with nearly all of their power needs.
In a meeting with the New York Times, Donald Trump says he is keeping a more open mind on pulling out of the international climate change accord.
The company has announced a major solar energy project: wiring up the whole island of Ta'u in American Samoa, The Verge reports.
Global warming knows no boundaries, says the UN's Haoliang Xu, speaking at a business forum on Sustainable Goals in Asia.
Shareholders for Tesla and SolarCity approved a deal that has divided the opinions of analysts and investors.
Bob Wright, former NBC Universal Chairman and CEO, discusses his pancreatic cancer foundation, as well as Donald Trump's stance on scientific research.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on the future of scientific research under a Trump presidency.
Chinese scientists are first to inject a person with gene-edited cells using the CRISPR technique. This could be America's biotech Sputnik.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell speaks with Dr. Francis Collins, National Institutes of Health director, and Mike Milken, Milken Institute Chairman, about the future of medical research and the support for science in Washington D.C.
The molecules left behind on a set of keys, a phone or a handbag could be a key to solving criminal cases, according to a new study.
Scientists are using "minibrains" to understand how diseases and drugs interact with a normal human brain.
Skygazers can get the closest glimpse of the moon since 1948 on Monday night.
The "supermoon" set to rise Monday night will be the closest a full moon has been to Earth since 1948 and until 2034.