This interactive map shows the slow but inexorable march toward equality around the world, as you see countries give women the right to vote and start electing them to political office.
A new study found that--at least for identifying fish species--trained volunteers produced better results than actual scientists. They’re not out of a job, though, there’s just a lot more manpower for research than we thought.
UrtheCast is beaming footage of our blue marble back from the International Space Station that’s high def enough to find your house.
Amsterdam’s KamerMaker house enters the race to be the first printed building in the world--and then it will start building more.
The city will reduce demand and convert to natural gas, showing that real work on better climate and energy policy might come from the city level, not the feds.
Is "Put a tree on it" the new "Put a bird on it"? An architecture critic says the tree-on-skyscraper design trend is more of a fad than a plausible reality.
The new book A History of Future Cities looks at the attempts of places like Dubai, Shanghai, and Mumbai to create Western-looking areas in an attempt to create a sense of modernity.
The gallinipper is 20 times bigger than the skeeters you’re used to, and takes more blood with every bite. And it’s coming for the Sunshine State.
From using bee-wing-inspired cooling to preserve food to spider web-tech to conserve water, these projects are the best student-designed biomimcry projects in the world.