The laser-beamed art project by artist Yvette Mattern is powerful enough to cross from Manhattan to the storm-devastated neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Queens, providing a little hope to still-recovering communities that calm is on the way.
Gone are the days when building owners have to stress about finding solar providers or efficiency auditors. Now you can find all the ingredients for a fully green building at the touch of a button.
How bad are the storms, flooding, and other disasters going to be in 20 years? This new simulation can help governments plan.
This video, made using MTA data, shows the city as defined by its subways, buses, and trains.
The solar-powered Tethr is designed to help restore communications quickly after a disaster.
A new study finds that money you spend at chain stores quickly leaves the community, while money you spend at local businesses helps make the neighborhood better.
A new design for a device that increases mobility for paraplegics could open up whole new worlds of activity to the disabled.
Mark Horvath’s InvisiblePeople.tv strives to expose more people to the plight of our nation’s homeless, in the hope that homelessness becomes an issue we try to solve every day, not just on Thanksgiving.