Featured in nov-dec 2017
These ‘two yahoos from the middle of Ohio’ designed the ultimate drone buster
A tale from the field.
Where we’re going, we won’t need roads
Robo cars will force us off asphalt—and into the great out there.
The head of the U.S.’s largest mosquito control program has science on her side
And thank goodness for that.
The most profound technologies are those that disappear
The future is smart, invisible, and requires no effort on our part—from smart assistants to biometric security protocols.
TVs are about to get bigger. Way bigger.
Images are about to quadruple in size. Here's how they'll look.
On the evolution of sneaker tech, from 1933 on
These shoes are made for running.
Extreme skier Davo Karnicar folds his skis
Body, heal thyself
The frontier of science is looking inward to fix what ails us.
Jane Poynter wants to send you to the edge of space in a very big balloon
Eyes on the skies.
The top 11 innovations in recreation this year
Skis that fold in half, wool that glows, and a smokeless fire.