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Fri, May 22, 2015 8:04 AM
Top-down driving can be pretty great, but there are some costs with the coolness.
Chinese researchers were partially successfully in altering a gene associated with a blood disorder.
Fleets of these 'artificial bees' could one day pollinate our crops just like real bees do.
Researchers have learned how to compensate for imperfections in a honeycomb lattice that could lead to new advances in architecture.
Next week Tesla will announce new home and utility solutions — but do they pencil out?
Talk about an Earth Day special: Philips unveils the most affordable 60-watt equivalent LED yet.
$2.50 a gallon gas makes a compelling case for crossovers and big fuel hogs.
Hidden, anonymous underbelly to the Internet is home to rogues, political activists, criminals and hackers, and can't be found using search engines.
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory says wireless robot lawnmowers, which conflict on crucial frequency bands, will disrupt humanity's search for celestial bodies.
A survey by YouGov shows that very few people are riding bikes, and a big chunk of America doesn't even know how.
Stealing cars used to involve breaking a window and jacking the ignition with a dent puller. Now you can do it with cheap hardware bought online.
Intriguing, sure, but the Navy would have to change its policy on how mothballed 'bird farms' are dealt with first.
Scientists looked for warping of light caused by invisible sources to find the locations of dark matter.
The world’s first robotic kitchen is up, operational and making crab bisque like a ‘MasterChef.’
The brain has to work hard to interpret sarcasm, including sifting through meanings and tone of voice.
Charlie Kellogg was a vaudeville star and an early conservationist who called attention to our vanishing forests with a 3,000-year-old redwood on wheels.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.