Once we make sure the settings for higher education are totally wired, what comes next? Educational design that emphasizes connection and collaboration, and also: actual pens and paper.
A group of African girls have made an engine that runs on a truly renewable resource: human urine.
What’s next for cities threatened by hurricanes: re-entrenchment and planning, or simply fleeing from the coasts?
The new supercomputer Titan can zip through simulations of a nuclear reaction in a fraction of the time it used to take. It’s much safer than testing new ideas for nuclear power in the real world.
These new easy-to-rip-off bandages aren’t just to make your life slightly more convenient. They’re going to play an important role for sick kids in hospitals.
The urban landscape is now full of artistic expression--if you know where and how to look. What the city needs is a guerrilla museum to go with its guerrilla art.
Our political leaders manipulate data to win over voters and breed confusion in the process. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We can protect ourselves from being manipulated by bad data.