Khail and Ashley get heartbroken by a hoverboard marketing stunt from Lexus, find hope in a multicompany partnership to build hoverbikes and show you furniture that grows algae for you to eat. #TDHover
We really got our hopes up when Lexus released a video this morning showing a hoverboard that appeared to be working on concrete. Sadly, much like other grand illusions, this hoverboard looks like it's too good to be true.
A team of international scientists has provided an unprecedented look at microscopic life in the ocean.
Could a common fungus found in decaying soil, leaves and fruit power aircraft? Scientists from Washington State University think so.
The special glass is just beginning to make its way into public displays such as ATMs and payment terminals, but Corning hopes it will eventually get into consumer electronics.
Step aside, spider silk: the strongest material in the world can be found inside the mouths of rock-dwelling marine gastropods.
How do your clothes go from filthy to grunge free? Through the chemistry of laundry detergent. In the latest installment of our Appliance Science column, we look at the chemistry of clean clothes.
A series of 3D-printed garments is inspired by space travel, symbiosis and the medieval astronomers of the Middle East.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Nebraska say that the algae virus affects human cognitive functions.
A Kickstarter campaign aims to bring the tools of DNA analysis to biohackers and researchers without access to expensive lab equipment.