Airplanes fly best high up. We breathe best down low. DNews explains the extraordinary engineering that keeps airline passengers breathing comfortably while flying higher than Mount Everest.
The third chapter in the Divergent series explores sci-fi themes from drones to drugs to genetic engineering.
Engineers created a flexible, stretchy metamaterial that suppresses radar, effectively cloaking whatever it covers. Continue reading →
Former JPL engineer Mark Rober transformed a leaf-blower into a gun that can fire 13 snowballs in .5 seconds.
On average, a machine will erect more than 700 bridge spans throughout its life.
Using both high-tech and low-tech strategies, artists transform landscapes into works of art.
We look at 10 engineering marvels from over the years and around the planet.
In Japan, engineers are developing the world’s largest, strongest, and lightest expanding temporary bridge. Continue reading →
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