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11 percent of food waste comes from our homes
As consumers, we can help a lot—starting with ignoring those sell-by dates.
Five stories of sailors who weathered COVID-19 out at sea
For cruisers who were voyaging far from home this past spring, quarantine presented a new set of hurdles.
How to send messages 10,000 years into the future
Linguists, designers, and scientists are scheming up ways to break a language barrier that doesn’t exist (yet).
Obama Administration Rejects The Keystone XL Pipeline
Follows TransCanada calling for pause in government review
The Fight Against Fake Birth Control
A recent study shows that a huge percentage of Peru's emergency contraceptives are not what they appear.
Ask a Geek: What’s the Cheapest Way to Stay Connected Abroad?
Even geeks like to travel
The 2007 New York International Auto Show
Far-out supercar concepts, innovative alt-energy vehicles, and more than one pair of hot triplets--it's all at the NYIAS this week, and automotive editor Eric Adams is on the scene
Can This Machine Rescue Physics?
Suddenly the U.S. isn't the center of the physics universe. The answer: build the International Linear Colliderâ€”one of the most powerful (and expensive) pieces of equipment on Earth
Ask a Geek: Merlin Mann
Q:What is tagging?
One Tough Ballerina
Jeep's pirouetting concept car takes all-terrain innovation in unexpected new directions