Donald Stedman has never been a fan of ethanol. Stedman, a chemistry professor at the University of Denver, said there are several problems with the alcohol fuel, one being that it messed up the fuel pump in a car he uses.
Nigerian-born entrepreneur Kase Lawal is the epitome of the American dream. Arriving to the US a young, idealistic student, Lawal has carved a name for himself in one of the most competitive industries in the world: Oil.
Over the decades, I've interviewed dozens of automotive engineers; engine engineers, transmission engineers, chemical engineers, tire engineers, etc. But never have I interviewed an engineer quite like Ford's Cristina Rodriguez.
Twenty four hours before the greatest scientific experiment of our time gets underway at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, political and scientific dignitaries assembled at a site a few hundred miles north east of the French/Swiss border at a site in Germany to inaugurate another groundbreaking engineering test.
The approach of flu season sends many people scurrying for vaccinations and vitamins. But what if you could avoid the flu and other viruses simply by getting dressed? That's the idea behind two garments that are part of the "Glitterati" clothing line designed by Olivia Ong, a senior design major at Cornell University.
Dear Annie: I'm a sophomore in college, trying to decide on a major, and I'm confused because I have several different interests. I like chemistry and math, and I'm good at them, but I also enjoy learning languages. I need to be practical about my choice because I'll have pretty heavy student loans to pay off. Can you tell me which kinds of college degrees will be the most likely to lead to a good job in three or four years? -Up in the Air
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) - Recent surveys show that a lot of people are itching to find new jobs and human resource managers are expecting a lot of movement -- both signs that employers may need to sweeten the pot.
You probably don't know it, but the answer to America's gasoline addiction could be under the hood of your car. More than five million Tauruses, Explorers, Stratuses, Suburbans, and other vehicles are already equipped with engines that can run on an energy source that costs less than gasoline, produces almost none of the emissions that cause global warming, and comes from the Midwest, not the Middle East.