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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 discovery that a cluster of 40 boron atoms can form a hollow molecular 'cage' similar to a buckyball could be a nanotechnology game-changer.
It's the company's first foray into electrics — a sporty hatchback A3 — and it's coming to the U.S. early next year.
The '99 Days of Freedom' project has launched an experiment promoting happiness by helping users give up the social networking site.
The forthcoming Tesla Science Center will feature exhibits on its namesake inventor as well as a lab for people to build inventions and turn them into real products.
Connecting New England to the Pacific Northwest, U.S. Route 20 offers an intriguing transcontinental journey to those traveling by car.
Tesla was a vegetarian for a while but then he switched to a very bizarre diet.
Yes, you can cycle safely (without flashing anyone) in a dress or skirt.
The research to help treat traumatic brain injuries is part of the broader BRAIN Initiative, the 12-year brain-mapping effort launched in 2013.
Some frogs make chemicals that can help preserve milk, but that's not all they bring to the table.
Billed as a 'self-generating development,' Organic Skyscraper's ultimate height is dependent on the recycling activities of its occupants.
New study shows that plants mount an immune response to the mere sound of a chomping insect.
This music-driven app is designed to increase your attention span and to help you get your work done.
If that headline surprises you, it shouldn't. Rail options are growing, and the American commuters who've tried mass transit love it.
Worried about sea level rise and population growth? Maybe floating cities are the answer.
Sit back, relax and charge away on one of Boston's new solar-powered Soofa smart park benches.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.