Energy-efficient heat pumps will be required for all new homes in Washington
Earlier legislation requires heat pumps in new commercial buildings—now homes will also be included.
What this jellyfish-like sea creature can teach us about underwater vehicles of the future
Nanomia bijuga is built like bubble wrap, and it's a master of multi-jet propulsion.
The newest member of the T. rex family has piercing eyes
Daspletosaurus wilsoni grew unique features above its eyes, indicating it may link primitive and later tyrannosaurs.
A massive data leak just cost Meta $275 million
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law hits Meta for the second time this year.
6 architectural facts about history’s tallest buildings
How many tons of stone were used for the Great Pyramid, and five other construction facts about extraordinary structures.
The world’s largest active volcano is erupting in Hawaii
Residents are currently not in harm's way, but have been urged to stay vigilant. Mauna Loa hasn't erupted since 1984.
FIFA’s sustainability upgrades in Qatar won’t last beyond the World Cup
What does a 'carbon-neutral' World Cup mean for extreme living and working conditions in Qatar?
Mining is still dangerous—but new tech in South Africa could keep workers safer
Sudden rockfall is a leading killer in the country’s hazardous mines. Are there now ways to eliminate the threat?
Fiat wants its small new EV to be a luxurious ‘fashion accessory’
In an era of enormous vehicles, the pint-sized 500e will be a charming addition to North American roads when it returns in 2024.
Twitter overwhelmed by NSFW spam during protests in China
Countless accounts attempted to flood Twitter with NSFW content to obfuscate crucial news from China. With little moderation, experts argue they succeeded.