One day, we’ll fix everything with glues copied from mussels, oysters, and barnacles. Read more at Fast Company.
A crop-dusting aircraft’s route tracked by the pilot’s GPS and illuminated by map-maker Mapbox via New Scientist.
Image: Eric Fischer/MapBox
Designing visual systems to make sense of complex data. Figuring out how community health workers can be more effective using mobile tools. Studying human moral judgement through the lens of cognitive and neural mechanisms.
Citizen science, social impact data, human rights, agriculture saving & planning, and more - check out the inspiring work the newly announced 2013 PopTech Social Innovation Fellows are up to.
Wow! It’s an autopsy sample from an 83 year old woman’s brain. Colors = fluorescent dyes that highlight different chemical messages being sent between brain cells.
National Geographic highlights four weather events to watch this week: Venus and Saturn, Harvest Moon, Green Giant, and the September equinox.
Photo credit: Andrew Fazekas
NASA found a 460-mile canyon — bigger than the Grand Canyon — lurking under a mile of ice in Greenland.
This is a real photo of Saturn’s rings taken by the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft on July 19. See that little dot down and to the right? That’s us.
Wired has a great collection of shots of history’s coolest space machines.
A new study says Legos have gotten to look angrier over the years. It’s in Popular Science.