This week we turn to nature for inspiration, all the way from leaves that produce oxygen to humans that produce emotion.
This week, tech delves deep into the microscopic and then soars high into space.
A unique handle for public transportation cleans itself, disinfecting for every new passenger. Continue reading â†’
Former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy wants to turn the New York City Metro into a Subway Symphony. Continue reading â†’
Stainless steel "On the Go" travel kiosks display help riders plot routes, show service updates, highlight attractions and provide train arrival estimates. Continue reading â†’
Of the exciting tech stories to cross our desk this week, innovations that help people get from point A to B stand out.
Engineers from simulation software company simulated airflow conditions inside and outside the tube and made several discoveries. Continue reading â†’
Two MIT students created a ring equipped with an RFID chip that can be used like a farecard on Boston's public transportation system. Continue reading â†’
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