The Kickstarter-funded project to open a park in an abandoned underground trolley terminal takes a step closer to reality this weekend, as the organizers debut amazing tech to bring enough sunlight underground to grow plants.
If a situation seems hopeless, that shouldn’t mean giving up; it should mean trying harder.
Researchers create cyborg insects that may one day save earthquake victims. Because what’s better to send into a dangerous situation than an undesirable pest?
Sea otters eat sea urchins. Which means there are fewer urchins to eat seaweed. More seaweed means the ocean soaks up more carbon dioxide. Nature!
People are much more likely to complain about the conditions of their city over Twitter than through official channels. Now cities can use those complaints to their advantage.
There’s no sense in letting all that roof real estate go to waste. But is the retailer--which has the most installed solar capacity of any company--really a renewable energy hero?
A new tele-medicine startup lets you send a dermatologist pictures of your pimples, so they can prescribe you medication without the hassle of a doctor’s visit.