A new tool looks at various factors about you, your commute, and your company and can spit back a usually jaw-dropping number about how much money you would keep in your pocket if your work arrangement got more flexible.
For a city lacking in parks, there is a small silver lining to the economic crisis: lots of available land.
Literally. Shards of a protein found fighting off germs in the cornea of our eyes point to a cheap, effective treatment against hardy, resistant strains of bacteria.
With a hackathon designed to find the best ways of utilizing data to make sure people have enough food, USAID is taking the open data approach.
The latest in robots inspired by animals is this metal fish, designed to inspect hard to reach underwater places with the ease of a swimming fish.
Can art fight traffic? In response to L.A.'s second highway-less "Carmageddon," artists around the city created "ARTmaggedon" to get people excited about the cultural happenings right in their own neighborhoods.
Instead of piecemeal attempts to fix the crisis in America’s schools, we really need to find a way to make the issues in education tangible enough that the country rallies together for a real solution.
The Confluence Project is sending volunteers all over the world to take a picture at each intersection of lines of latitude and longitude. What have they found? The world is a big and empty place.