There is no need for you to ride around with some bulky contraption. These airbags are part of the car, and deploy right before it crashes into you, so you have a softer landing on its windshield.
Anne Fredericks and the Hester Street Collaborative involve citizens in redesigning their neighborhoods to create stronger communities.
Capable of killing both MRSA and E. coli (and lots of things in between), this new advance from IBM works by exploding a cell’s wall.
Many of the first generation of skyscrapers will soon be slated for demolition. It won’t be easy, but a new system from Japan has found a clean and easy way to disassemble tall buildings from the inside out.
A test of apps that claim to identify melanoma just from a smartphone picture were wrong a shocking amount of the time. What makes a difference? Real doctors.
Using the geotagging data that is attached to some messages on Twitter, two photographers have created a project that ties physical space to the ephemeral world of 140-character messages.
Try not to get too confused as you peruse the model for the Landscape House, a swirling dwelling based on the classic geometric oddity.
The company has been increasingly trying to clean up the labor and environmental issues associated with making its products. But the latest revelations show that a giant company with such a sweeping international supply chain can’t control everything.