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Fri, Mar 27, 2015 9:52 PM
A rogue group of 'biohackers' have injected the eyeballs of a brave volunteer with a liquid solution that gave him night vision.
The breakthrough alleviates the risk of GMOs escaping from the lab and contaminating the environment.
The LED lighting revolution has really just begun.
Drones may disturb nature, but they can also help with conservation efforts.
From soaking in rosewater to using an 18th-century unrolling machine, researchers have tried all sorts of ways to read these scrolls buried by Vesuvius's eruption.
The '16 MX-5 is aggressive, but lighter and likely more fuel-efficient. Competition may be coming, too.
Princeton University researchers have constructed what might be the world's smallest microwave laser.
Paris can be pretty unfriendly to tourists, but SmarterParis is a friendly new app that can make it easier.
There's more to salmon sperm than making salmon babies, as researchers find it can also be used to help sort out toxic waste.
You bet they do, and the design hasn't changed much since the 1930s.
Richard Branson announces plan to launch a massive 'satellite constellation' and deliver high-speed Internet access to billions.
Recycling or donating your old iPhone is sensible. But these projects are much more fun.
Intel introduces an entire computer that you just plug into the HDMI port of your TV. How far the mighty computer has fallen.
Having long sat on the sidelines of the smart bulb brouhaha, the LED manufacturer jumps in with a $15 contender.
From angry birds to blatant human error, here are some of the numerous ways aerial drones are crashing back to Earth.
Can you put a number on health and happiness? Yes.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.