The Detroit Now and Then project artfully combines vintage photos of the city with images of what’s there now, providing a poignant reminder of what the city was, what it is now and--maybe--what it could be again.
In even the harshest conditions on Earth, there is thriving life. Now a new project aims to categorize it all by drilling deep into the Earth and finding the microbes living there.
From pulling water from fog to saving fuel used to boil water, these companies are the finalists of a contest to change the way we use our most precious resource.
Springtime is an adorable cube-shaped picnic basket that easily attaches to your bike and then unfolds to create a perfect little dining atmosphere wherever you end up pedaling.
Sitegeist pulls public information to give you a one-stop place to look for data about a neighborhood: Everything from property values to number of children to the most popular bars.
The people who get us around our cities are often unheralded, but a new project is trying to show everyone what it’s like to be the people who drive our cities’ subways, buses, rickshaws, and everything in between.
City Hall To Go is a mobile office that travels around Boston, letting citizens interact with their government without having to trek to City Hall.