On today's show, we talk about the Antares rocket incident, how scientists might use hydrogel to create artificial facial muscles in robots, and a ferrofluid art exhibit that's desperate for your attention.
The Antares rocket barely lifted off before "disassembling" and exploding just above its launchpad...but while it can feel truly disheartening, we try to remind ourselves space travel is tough, and failure is a natural part of the scientific process.
Scientists synthesize human airway tissue, and in hopes of finding better asthma medication, watch it react to a variety of chemicals.
New ovens from GE are on the way. The company has announced its first Wi-Fi-connected freestanding ranges, and a customizable built-in double oven with an Advantium head.
Today's show features a very successful potato salad Kickstarter, and a futuristic city with climate control. Which one would you back?
On today's Tomorrow Daily, Rich and Ashley check out tiny muscle-powered robots, Hyundai's newest viral video, and Dubai Holding's plan for a climate-controlled city. Also, the original potato salad Kickstarter, and your best (and worst!) fireworks photos.
Rather than hydraulic actuators, springs or hinges, these tiny "bio-bots" are powered by living muscle tissue.
The new data hub is meant to collect all the information gathered by wearables in one place.
The grace and poise of the Bentley Continental GT V8 S Convertible get a loud counterpoint with its muscle car engine note.
Paul Golden, the former head of marketing for Samsung's mobile division, will serve as an adviser to HTC Chairwoman Cher Wang.