Most of the food weight and water retention disappears in time.
Remotely operated excavators for mining in the abyss
Astronauts can only travel so far in existing space suits. What will it take to see the universe?
Not much--yet. Before we move to mining's final frontier, we'll have to fill in some gaps. Here's a visualized look at what we do know, and what we're lacking.
Consumer-grade multi-material printers could hit the market in the next decade. Here's why that matters.
Self-repairing computers! Electronic skin! Bat-wing planes! A look at the amazing stuff that's changing the world.
We know diamonds are the hardest, but determining the softest stuff on the planet is complicated.
Sometimes, the best way to improve a new material is to beat the hell out of it.
For manufacturers, less friction means more efficiency.
A disaster simulation that's a lot of fun.
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