Check your grilled food's progress from your smartphone.
When you explore the far reaches of the globe, no ordinary dinner will do. But woolly mammoth and giant ground sloth? More hoax than haute cuisine, new research says.
Technically Incorrect: A YouTube video currently roaming the Internet at speed appears to show an Ottawa cab driver verbally assaulting an Uber driver outside a fancy hotel. It isn't pretty.
We're torn on the issue of manmade meats. On one hand, sustainability is a huge problem facing future generations. On the other hand...would *you* eat a meatball made by science?
A company unveils a meatball made by science, and a team at MIT scores a big win at a Hyperloop competition.
Global researchers convened by the World Health Organization examine more than 800 studies and conclude that consuming processed meats can increase the risk for colorectal cancer.
The Mini Museum II, now on Kickstarter, lets you hold some of the world's rarest items, including items from space, ancient history and the Earth itself.
Some inventions stand the test of time, like this still-functioning old mouse trap that wasn't ready to resign itself to history just yet.
On today's show, Khail and Ashley discuss lab-grown meat and why one designer wants future food to look crazy, watch two guys jetpack around in the skies above Dubai and explain why autonomous 18-wheelers could be a boon for personal self-driving cars someday.
We're utterly fascinated by Bistro in Vitro, a creative look at lab-grown meats of the future. Much like molecular gastronomy, these dishes are pure imagination on a plate; unfortunately, they're still concepts, so you won't be seeing these courses at your local five-star bistro...yet.