Could we one day use lasers to push lightning wherever we want it to go? Maybe, sure, but that 'one day' is likely to be a long way off. Still, though, scientists aren't easily discouraged, and it's no surprise that they're working on it.
An engine powered by evaporation is made from bacterial spores that can lift more than 50 times their own weight.
A $15 million wind and wave machine is six times larger than any hurricane simulator ever built.
Developers with the World Islands project will use advanced technology to create outdoor snow in the desert.
A contraption that's linked to a sensor-packed tower picks up variations in wind, rain, temperature and light to produce live streaming music 24 hours a day. Continue reading →
A network of individual modules sense the weather near you and sends hyper-local conditions to your phone. Continue reading →
It's not very, very frightening. Continue reading →
Laser tech takes aim at problems big and small.
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