Couples under an X-ray, a bizarre optical illusion, and more
The 100 greatest innovations of 2013
And why do they always do it so uniformly?
Starting 'em young on biometric scanning.
One pair of scientists is trying to crowdsource the development of drugs to defeat antibiotic-resistant infections.
The first installment of another ongoing series
IBM originally developed the material, made from recycled plastic, as an outcropping of its semiconductor work.
The first European explorers thought they were American Indian burial mounds, but found only dirt and pebbles inside when they sliced one of the mounds in half.
The Anki R/C cars are the first toy racers that interact as they would in a videogame. An iPhone app constantly tracks each car’s location and calculates its most likely path around the loop.
A shop class for the future
And a lemon, and some other stuff. But mostly pennies.