True, you won't get to see the muscle fibers or elastic tongue or whiff the formaldehyde. But he isn't glued down, which means you can take him out and cuddle him. Bonus!
It turns out burning fuel in space is much different than on Earth -- think floating fireballs that give off formaldehyde.
Researchers in Germany hope to alert cyclists when their helmets should retire by building ones made of polymer materials that start to smell foul if they develop cracks.
Pump up your kicks with a custom set of Converse All-Stars done up with hand-knitted video gaming and science fiction themes.
With a few simple parts you can turn your Roomba into your own personal Erin Brockovich, at least as far as detecting indoor air pollution.
Josh Ray's Urban Fidelity Kickstarter project puts art and clever speaker design together in California.
Just go this pitch for the Wiki company Near-Time...
Electric-car startup Coda Automotive opened up its first Apple-inspired retail outlet in a Los Angeles mall.
Pioneer's Andrew Jones not only designs $80,000 speakers, he has now crafted a phenomenal-sounding $499 home theater system.
Plants could clean the air of toxic chemicals from living rooms and offices and, perhaps, power plants.