This Swiss bridge proves it’s possible to reuse concrete
Concrete is one of the world’s biggest carbon emitters, but a few bridge-builders hope to change that—by reusing it.
Why this Amazon-owned company is bringing its autonomous vehicles to Seattle
Zoox, the self-driving car outfit, is expanding to Seattle and its rainy weather.
These are the most useless car tech features
Some tech systems in new cars are helpful. Others are not. Here's what's good.
Ancient poop proves that humans have always loved beer and cheese
2,700 years ago, a human ate blue cheese, drank a pint, and pooped in a salt mine. Paleofecal samples live to tell the tale.
Ancient architecture might be key to creating climate-resilient buildings
Vernacular architecture is a way to use a region's heritage and resources to build strong homes and cities.
Congress is coming for big tech—here’s how and why
What to know about the legal efforts to rein in the power of large tech companies, and what to look for with this latest antitrust legislation.
What the COVID-19 vaccine booster data still can’t tell us
Behind the FDA decisions, questions still remain.
La Niña is likely back for another unpredictable winter
Cold, stormy weather and hurricanes could plague the East Coast in the coming months.
FDA expert panel recommends all J&J vaccine recipients get a booster
The one-shot vaccine might have always been meant to be a two-dose regimen.
You can delete Facebook and still keep some of your memories. Here’s how.
Don't let nostalgia hold you back.