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The Mexican tetra manages to get around underwater without any eyes. Submarines also don’t have eyes, but scientists are learning from the fish how underwater craft might be more aware of their surroundings.
The CEO of Carpooling.com discusses what’s going to make 2013 a huge year for ridesharing.
Design That Matters has created some revolutionary devices to help fix problems like infant care in the developing world, but its more lasting legacy may be the new mindset it’s giving the designers it teaches.
New York’s PS1 will be graced by a giant "party wall" made from the cast-offs from making decks. Also, there are pool boys involved.
The Kogami project wants to form artificial coral reefs to slow down deadly waves before they hit shore. And then they want to use that technology to grow cities that are better equipped to handle a disaster.
A new device that can be used with your smartphone can you give very precise data about whatever toxins and particulates are in the air you’re breathing. Ready your gas mask.
The new Belgian arena is designed to keep the ice cold while not using an insane amount of energy. An added bonus is its amazing whale-like exterior.