Don’t like to wake up to your alarm clock? Try this gentle birdsong app from Carnegie Museum

Sweeten those nasty mornings with a charming wake-up call.

This wearable ‘chairless chair’ lets you sit wherever you want

Instead of sitting on a chair, you wear one. 

IKEA is already preparing to design Mars furniture

IKEA prepares for outer space.

How a mycologist is making ‘living’ bricks out of mushrooms that are stronger than concrete

Not just a pizza topping. Mushrooms could really become an important building material in the future.

This Lego tape is the best thing you never knew you wanted

Shut up and take my money!

Lego celebrates the achievements of the Women of NASA with new set

Starting with science at a young age.

How to Create Beautiful Images With Thousands of Circles

Art and science go hand in hand.

World’s first floating city might be built off the French Polynesian coast

It was supposed to be in the middle of the ocean but costs moved the project in territorial waters.

A computer algorithm designed Hamburg’s new concert hall and it’s simply amazing

When art and technology work together.

MIT researchers develop printable electronics

MIT engineers have developed a fast, reliable and relatively cheap process through which they can print electronic surfaces.

IKEA creates Syrian house model inside Norway store

It’s only a taste of what Syrian life is like for millions of people.

This might be the most accurate map of the world

It looks strange, but it’s really accurate.

Startup designs cast that heals bones, lets you scratch

No more pens stuck in your arm’s cast.

This futuristic bike can reach 144 km/h

It broke the record for man-powered vehicle, and it’s not stopping here.

French computer scientist turn Wikipedia into an universe of knowledge. Literally

Full power to forward thrusters!

Designed for astronauts, the RoboHand can double your hand’s strength — and soon, it will be available on Earth

Handy.

Dutch designer creates device that turns smog into beautiful jewelry

Wear it on your fingers, not in your lungs.

Adidas to award first 50 pairs of recycled ocean trash sneakers

The company has chosen to award the shoes via a raffle system on Instagram

First solar-powered boat to cross the Atlantic embarks on historical journey

A little ship braving the ocean on its own.

Origami battery that runs on a few drops of water could revolutionize biosensors

This disposable battery runs on bacteria and folds like an origami ninja star. Sold!