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2016 Toyota Mirai Test Drive: Remarkably Unremarkable (And That’s A Good Thing)

Toyota's hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle has an easy, comfortable driving demeanor that belies its amazing complexity underneath.

Was The Sony Hack Actually An Act Of Cyberwar?

It is hard to concisely describe how strange our cyberpunk present is. Yesterday Sony announced it wouldn’t be releasing “The Interview,” a rather raunchy film that…

World First: Man Controls Two Prosthetic Arms With His Mind

Until recently, losing both arms in an accident would probably have meant the end of a patient's two-fisted grip.

Medical Inhalers To Track Where You Are When You Puff

Tracking miles run and calories eaten was just the beginning. An inhaler made by Propeller Health, used for asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, records the…

Bored Gemini V Astronauts Took These Amazing Images Of Earth From Space

When Gordon Cooper and Pete Conrad launched aboard Gemini V on August 21, 1965, they were the first astronauts to have mission patches sewn into their suits, a patch…

Navy's Robot Tuna Goes For A Swim

Deploying Nemo…

6 Amazing Videos From The Olympus Microscopy Competition

We love it when science and art intersect. Sometimes that happens in the form of a stunning infographic, a colorful map, or a well-timed photograph.

Years Of Chinese Air Pollution Data Captured In Swirling Charts

Xiaoji Chen set out to find patterns in the air pollution that plagues Chinese cities. Using data from the country’s Ministry of Environmental Protection, she created spirals…

Watch An iPad Land An Airplane [Exclusive]

High above rural Arkansas, I'm jammed in the back of a small four-seat airplane. Andrew Barker pilots the aircraft while Austin Meyer sits beside him.

Welcome To The SURE House: Students Respond to Climate Change

We’ve all gotten the memo: climate change is real and it’s happening. That means we have to adapt to it while working to fix it.

Diagnose An Ear Infection With A Smartphone Accessory

The Oto Home is a smartphone accessory that lets doctors potentially diagnose ear infections remotely.

How 3-D Printing Made The Perfect Prosthetic Legs For Derby The Dog

You should see this dog run. Derby was born with deformed front legs, but recently received a pair of 3-D printed prosthetics, which he is quite good at maneuvering…

Microscope Uses Holograms Instead Of Lenses To Diagnose Disease

This new prototype microscope doesn't use lenses to magnify objects. Instead, it makes holograms that a computer digitally records and magnifies.

What’s So Scary About A Nuclear-Armed Drone?

It's a plane designed for the war no one wants to fight. The Long Range Strike Bomber is the Air Force’s secretive and long-running project to develop the next generation…

Sony Device Aims To Turn Any Glasses Into Smart Glasses

Sony's announced a micro display unit that can be used to turn any pair of glasses into an augmented reality device.

Moon Rover 'Andy' Takes Home Two XPrize Milestone Awards, Totaling $750,000

In the Google Lunar XPrize competition, three-dozen teams are racing to become the first private enterprises to land a rover on the moon.

Satellite Images Show How Much More Light Americans Use During The Winter Holidays

U.S. cities use so much more light at night during December that the difference can be detected by satellite.

The Feltron Annual Report: A Year's Worth Of Communication In One Chart

For nearly a decade, Nicholas Felton has been observing himself and using the information he collects to create a mock corporate annual report.

See The Most Sophisticated Mind-Controlled Robot Arm Yet

This mind-controlled robot arm now moves in more ways than ever.

Drugs Made By Living Cells Will Go Generic In 2015

That's good news for patients' wallets…