You never seem to have enough luggage when you're climbing the Himalayas. Now you could haul a camera for a massive corporation for no compensation whatsoever!
A University of Minnesota student converted global temperature data into a cello arrangement. It doesn't make for a very beautiful song, but it's a beautiful bit of science communication.
Haven't you always wanted to swim in a pool that's in a river? It's like the turducken of summer.
For one day, fancy machers with beach homes will be able to summon a car that will drive to a helicopter that will take off and land in East Hampton.
It makes at least as much sense as burying a person in the ground and putting a stone on top.
The flashlight gets its power from plates that create electricity using a heat differential -- one side needs to be hot and the other cool.
It's recycling for foodie stoners! A pig farmer and butcher have paired up to feed pigs the dregs from a weed dispensary and then make marijuana pork chops.
This MillerCoors facility in Colorado churns out 1,620 tons of waste every year -- and now 99.7 percent of it is recycled or reused.
So far, from what we've seen, the greatest purpose of 3D printing is making spare parts for birds.