Artist Luke Jerram creates larger than life viruses and bacteria to show us the beauty in the bugs that are trying to kill us.
The natural world has found ways to work and live in harmony for a long time. If we want to also survive and create sustainability systems, biomimicry may be the key.
The Amiigo takes the quantified fitness movement to a new level, with the ability to quantify even exercises that don’t involve moving your wrist.
And with minimal waste. Is high-tech, ultra-precise robotics the future of a more sustainable furniture industry?
A new design for eating lets you eat without taking a break from your phone. Convenient? Or a statement about the problems of our era of over-connectedness?
How can we make people more civic-minded in the future? More transparency, participation in the budget process, and a cap and trade system for everything in your life.
Where are cities actually doing something about the United States’ woeful public transit? This map will show you. But don’t get too excited. Unsurprisingly, most of these projects will never be built.
New data reveals that female hedge fund managers outperform their male competition.