What if your heart stopped and a flying robot landed to shock you back to life before ambulances could arrive?
Russ George recently dumped 120 tons of iron ore into the ocean to take the idea of geoengineering the ocean’s plankton to suck up carbon dioxide from theory to reality. He’s been both celebrated and vilified for his actions. Here is why he did it.
A mysterious Russian company is taking old ammunition and turning it into nanodiamonds. You can’t make a ring out of these tiny rocks, but they do have endless applications in a lot of tech--many more applications than bullets, which only can kill people.
As crowd-funding becomes more popular, people are starting to use it for things beyond their album or meaningful project. Maybe you just want some people to help pay for your wedding? GoFundMe the place for you.
You would be wrong to think that the only people who want to go tinker with electronics and web coding are bearded men with stained T-shirts. Moms want to just as bad, and HackerMoms is making spaces where women and their children are welcome.
Here’s the real catch: If you work in a modern, energy-efficient building, you might be the most affected.
Cottage food laws--which make it legal to sell food you made at home--aren’t actually a new thing. But the passage of a landmark bill in California could lead the rest of the nation toward small batch, artisanal cooking companies run out of people’s home kitchens.