This flying car — more properly called an "electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicle" — will seat five and fly up to 135 mph.
Made from concrete, it cost 15% less per square foot to construct than a typical house.
Digital currencies are set to upend paper currencies, but it likely won't be the decentralized utopia some hope it will be.
Driving Teslas and planting trees are nice, but methane reduction, industrial efficiency, carbon removal, and a moderate carbon tax are the most efficient ways to fight climate change.
With sea levels rising, the Dutch are pondering floating cities — while also exporting their engineering know-how to turn a tidy profit.
The “Euro Night Sprinter” map is utopian, but Europe’s rail future could look a lot like it.
In an excerpt from her recent book, the behavior geneticist Kathryn Paige Harden carefully explores a topic that's often considered taboo: how genetics affect life outcomes.
Solving the supply chain crisis before the global economy tanks is going to require many creative approaches. Flexport’s Ryan Petersen has one that just might work.
Start fighting back against planned obsolescence.
After the 2011 Fukushima disaster, it was Germany, not Japan, that cracked down most severely on nuclear power plants.
Donate a kidney now, and your loved one will have priority status if they need one later.
Hospitals often deal with the aftermath of gun violence, but they can play a key role in preventing it.
The Seychelles magpie-robin is up for sale – yes, for sale – as a digital nature collectible.
A socially minded franchise model makes money while improving society.
While we can see many solar storms coming, some are "stealthy." A new study shows how to detect them.
The ethical debate over zoos is going to grow louder. There might be a solution that involves robots.
A new study mapped areas of the U.S. that are most likely to suffer natural disasters.
A team of biohackers is on a David-versus-Goliath mission to make insulin affordable to an increasing number of diabetics.
The fully functional plant will serve to demo TerraPower's nuclear tech.
Buildings don't have to be permanent — modular construction can make them modifiable and relocatable.
As droughts threaten water supplies across the planet, some municipalities aim to utilize an untapped resource: sewage water.
We have pipelines for oil and natural gas. Why not water?
It's time to rethink how satellites and other objects are made and eventually destroyed.