The legendary VC’s investment means factory-assembled, cruelty-free, 100% natural-feeling leather may be coming as soon as next year. After that: Get ready for your first test-tube steak.
The Back To The Future car is coming back itself as an EV. Now you can see what it looks like in the wild.
Helmets are bulky, uncomfortable, and ugly. Watch the story of how two Swedish design students refused to accept that it was the only way to protect their heads while they were biking. What if you could do it with an inflatable airbag?
While the American people continue their long binge-eat toward total obesity, new data suggests there may be a cure to stop children from developing the habits that turn them into fat adults.
This animated infographic shows where, when, and in what language Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations has been published around the world. Watch a planet slowly grasped by the invisible hand.
The crazy scientists behind the Mouse’s theme parks have turned plants into sensors that play music and change images. But the practical application of wired foliage goes way beyond theme parks.
You might think of the tiny tech as purely industrial, but scientists are incorporating nanotechnology into food at a rapid pace, for everything from making food taste saltier without using more salt to making it harder for your body to absorb cholesterol.
Elevator B rises from the industrial wasteland of Buffalo, New York. But it’s not just art, it’s also what might be the most beautiful working beehive you’ve ever seen.