September 3, 2004, 1pm PDT
Splatometers reveal a possible insect decline in the U.K.
August 24, 2004, 1pm PDT
Blowing desert dust is a growing environmental problem, made worse by dust-spewing SUVs replacing camels for desert travel.
August 21, 2004, 5am PDT
What has democracy achieved for this mega-metropolis?
August 5, 2004, 12pm PDT
Scientists, engineers and architects develop an affordable, energy efficient, and earthquake-resistant house made from the same material used for disposable cups.
July 29, 2004, 6am PDT
A new e-planning system will receive applications for home alteration and objections to developments online.
July 21, 2004, 9am PDT
Residents in a UK village are giving themselves the longest place name in the UK to protest plans for a wind farm.
June 29, 2004, 12pm PDT
The Campaign to Protect Rural England claims that a majority of local councils have failed to meet minimum compliance, thus promoting unchecked growth.
June 25, 2004, 5am PDT
A distributed computer simulation of catastrophic global warming spreads.
June 24, 2004, 1pm PDT
The English city, known more for its bleak factories than cutting-edge design, turns heads with its new department store.
June 22, 2004, 11am PDT
The Gem -- the world's best-selling electric car -- enters the UK market to rave reviews.
June 15, 2004, 8am PDT
Inventor plans to develop technology to allow people to see through "invisible" walls.
June 13, 2004, 9am PDT
Trollhattan, once faced with 20% unemployment, remodeled its abandoned factories into movie studios, drawing new investment from around the world.
June 9, 2004, 1pm PDT
Faced with a mounting lack of fresh water, England thinks reverse-osmosis could provide for its inevitable growth and life-style changes.
June 8, 2004, 11am PDT
Satellite photos from southern Spain appear to match the dimensions of the not-so-mythical city of Atlantis.
April 22, 2004, 9pm PDT
The BBC News is reporting that up to 3,000 people are feared dead or injured in a huge fuel train collision in North Korea.
April 9, 2004, 6am PDT
Funded by the EU and developed by nine European countries, the "Compact Low Emission Vehicle for Urban Transport" is being billed as the answer to
March 26, 2004, 9am PST
Despite arguments from many critics that 9/11 was the end of the skyscraper era, many cities continue to plan tall buildings.
March 10, 2004, 7am PST
In a headlong rush to modernise, China's people and traditions risk being left behind.
March 4, 2004, 12pm PST
Work starts this week on the UK's tallest residential building -- a 47 story, high-rise glass tower in Manchester. Similar projects are planned in cities across Britain.
February 10, 2004, 2pm PST
It's long been known that birds use natural landmarks to navigate. Now scientists say pigeons are using a new tool to guide their way: roads and rail tracks.