It’s STEM on steroids. These kids are making huge advancements in their fields, despite the fact that they aren’t even old enough to vote.
The Solar Impulse is about to fly across America powered by just the sun. But first it had to be taken apart and shipped from Europe.
It’s the clean energy you never think of, but power from the heat in the ground is about to take off.
The City Series’ skylines aren’t depicting any one city, but still offer a great vision of what an urban landscape can look like.
Melba is a new startup designed to replace restaurants with home-cooked dinner parties.
Everyone has to have clothes, but what to do with them when they’re done. H&M and North Face are starting pioneering programs to take old clothes and help extend their lifecycle.
RobotCar is working with Nissan to find a way to make the Leaf EV drive itself for way less money than what Google pumps into its self-driving cars. How does it work? Lasers.
To increase the city’s dismal recycling rates, Houston’s government is trying something else: One Bin for All. It will collect all trash together in one bin and then convert it to biofuel.