After a skyscraper in Caracas was abandoned, it quickly became home to 750 families. As cities develop, will slums build up instead of out?
"Phytomining"--using plants to extract precious metals from the ground--is becoming a reality. And it might be a valuable way to clean up contaminated soil around old mines.
To help people forced out of their homes by the storm, a few intrepid hackers are working on a way to connect evacuated people with spare beds.
Is that junk in your trunk? No, it’s a package waiting for you, delivered while you were at work. One catch: Someone else has the keys to your car.
How do you get your company on the list of most bicycle-friendly businesses? Talk to Bikes Make Life Better, which will help you change your policies and practices to make your office a place people want to bike to.
Lake Nona, Florida, might appear like a normal community, but it’s not. It’s actually a giant experiment in how we can keep people healthy.
Alto hopes to solve the problems of the traditional sewing machine, problems that usually mean it’s gathering dust instead of helping us reuse old clothes.