The leading causes of violence-related deaths, for everyone in the United States.
Including surreal pictures of food, a rarely seen "singing" dog, and more
Plus: a chandelier made from thousands of acrylic gummy bears, a homemade "wormhole," and more
Would you paint a baby's room Blue Oyster Cult?
From the world's largest semisubmersible vessel to a carbon-neutral office building that might be the most sustainable workplace ever
Including a futuristic skiing dome design, a fingernail-sized octopus, and more
PopSci thought experiment: If we were to make a famous building today, what would we do differently? Two architects and a civil engineer weigh in.
A new exhibit in Japan will scan visitors, then turn that data into 3-D printed representations. Here's a look at some of those portraits. (via Spoon & Tamago
Including cellphones charged by fire, an airport under water, and more
Roads that light themselves, paint that warns you about icy conditions, and more from the zany Dutch design lab Studio Roosegaarde
An all-star team of speculators--scientists, futurists, artists, and more--is premiering an exhibit on the city of the future at Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. Here's a look.
A mind-bending videogame, shoes with GPS, a charming liliger cub, and more of our favorite images from this week
Using a distance measuring laser and a stepper motor, designer Dennis P Paul turns everyday stuff into audio loops.
MakerBot will open a 3-D printing shop on Sept. 20 in New York City. Inside, a new breed of machines prints out designs from the web. The hope: to make the hobby mainstream.