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Thu, Oct 30, 2014 11:56 AM
The super cold device is eventually intended to function as a particle detector.
The Eco-Marathon brings together the best and the brightest students from high school to college to create the most efficient cars that run on gas, solar, electricity and other fuel sources.
A free-spirited robot named hitchBOT is depending on the kindness of strangers as he travels across Canada this summer, posting selfies as he goes.
The bust will become part of a collection at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.
Scientists have long sought to understand the 'Neanderthalization process' by which modern humans and Neanderthals evolved apart.
Vapor trails left by aircraft can be significantly reduced by adding a negligible distance to the length of flights, say researchers.
Here's a mathematical solution to dried-out cake.
During the high season of tracking in dirt and debris from the outdoors, Dyson releases a new cordless vacuum specifically design to work magic on carpets and hard flooring.
The researchers will display their scent devices, called oPhones, in cafes in Paris to test the devices' business potential at places where aromas matter.
The CEO of Tesla Motors says he might build a flying car 'just for fun' and a car that turns into a boat because, well, why not?
In Sri Lanka, a potent and awareness-rising secret weapon in the war against the spread of dengue fever is unleashed.
Oh, you know, just another donut-shaped bee habitat/cricket cafe/urban insect farming operation.
It sounds radical, but Musk went open-source at his other company, SpaceX, years ago. The aim here is to increase the appeal of electric cars in the marketplace, and get more of them on the road fighting climate change.
The DARPA-developed paddles are intended as a replacement for ropes and ladders in urban combat environments.
Reports that a chatbot named 'Eugene Goostman' has passed the Turing Test have been widely exaggerated.
The casino magnate set out to own the world's largest car collection and succeeded, with more than 1,400 collector vehicles — many one-of-a-kind — before his untimely death. Come take a tour with me.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.