The Roman Britons cared a lot about hair removal, and it shows in artifacts
'The advantage of the tweezer was that it was safe, simple and cheap, but unfortunately not pain free.'
This robot ‘chef’ can follow video instructions to make a very simple salad
It may not make it on 'Top Chef,' but the robot's learning abilities are still impressive.
Yale’s new research tool will lead you down a rabbit hole of knowledge
LUX is a digital platform that draws information from the university’s museums, libraries, and archives.
It will cost up to $21.5 billion to clean up California’s oil sites. The industry won’t make enough money to pay for it.
A recent study found that the cost of cleaning up California's onshore oil and gas industry will be triple the industry’s projected profits.
4 Discord alternatives for work and play
The purple app is not the only platform where you can stay in touch with your friends.
8.3 million places in the US still lack broadband internet access
Explore the FCC's newest map of high-speed internet availability in the United States and see what it reveals about your location.
Bendy, eco-friendly wooden walls were inspired by guitar curves
Bendable wood could be used to rearrange home walls whenever you want.
Physicists take first-ever X-rays of single atoms
This technique could help materials scientists control chemical reactions with better precision.
The Chaparral drone could help the Air Force carry supplies, with less risk
This innovative drone from Elroy Air can take off and land vertically, and offers a way for the military to get stuff safely where it's needed.
The US doesn’t have a law mandating EV battery recycling. Should it?
Recycling batteries could reduce the need to mine critical minerals—but only if the packs are properly recovered.