A bioengineering assistant professor at Stanford University has created a functional paper microscope for only $0.50.
With technology reminiscent of Jurassic Park, scientists plan to revive long-extinct species like the passenger pigeon.
Are mosses the new solar panels?
This student-designed micro home is completely self-sufficient and can be towed by your average car.
How one dropout-turned-entrepreneur revolutionized menstrual sanitation for women in developing nations.
How the NSP Solar Pump will modernize access to sanitary drinking water around the world.
Disabled kids can now receive physical therapy while driving their own modified cars.
Through the evolution of knowledge engineering, computer written fiction could be a stepping stone in technology that has yet to be defined.
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