Speleo-archaeologists are on a mission to update a map of the ancient underground network.
This week, we look to bacteria to light the way and feed our hunger. Then we take to the skies with a few unlikely drones.
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This week, our eyes bugged out over a robot controlled by slime mold, a building powered by feathers and the first bite of a lab-grown burger. Talk about tasty.
The same material that appears in disk drives and analog tape might one day make processors a thousand times faster. Continue reading →
Balloons beware: laser weapons hobbyist, Patrick Priebe, is back with his latest creation. Continue reading →
A new invisible border monitoring system could radically alter how the U.S. conducts border security.