They’re being auctioned off by the pART Project to help bring bikes to developing countries. They are totally out of this world--and all for sale.
Cellulose might be the secret to making cleaner plastics--and a host of other solutions. And it can be found anywhere that we grow plants.
No more searching the medicine cabinet for the thermometer or being worried that your blood pressure is too high. Just hold this device up to your temple for a moment and you can start to track your health.
Trucking makes up only a small percent of all traffic, but a giant percent of our total emissions. If we want to cut greenhouse gasses quickly, it’s time to revamp our freight fleet. The best part is it wouldn’t be that hard at all.
Data can help us make more informed decisions, but getting too much of it without understanding it only leads to bad results.
By setting a rigorous set of criteria, the index makes sure that it only includes organizations that are using your money to make a real, tangible difference.
Hudson Yards, a series of buildings to be built over the rail yards on Manhattan’s West Side, will add a new neighborhood with the population of downtown Detroit to the Big Apple. How do you create a city within a city?
It turns out that the way you use your phone is a huge window into how you’re feeling--emotionally and physically. Ginger.io is using that data to help people track their moods, and help doctors track the health of their patients.