Tokyo announces plan to build 350-meter skyscraper made from wood

A breathtaking, wood-based skyscraper.

Scientists outfit praying mantises with tiny 3D glasses, find new type of stereo vision

Turns out the praying mantis sees in 3D quite differently from us — and this could be exploited by new drones.

Walk right in: Berlin’s transit authority and Adidas create unique, wearable shoe-passes

Only 500 pairs will be made.

World’s smallest fidget spinner is no bigger than a human hair

3-D printing just got a lot sexier.

MIT researchers design forest domes for Mars colonists

If we’re going on Mars, we’re going in style.

Tesla’s new Semi is an electrical monster, but can it really deliver?

This could be a game changer.

NASA wants Curiosity Rover to resume drilling on Mars

It took a bit of creative tinkering, but significant progress has been reported.

Dutch design student creates wonderful packaging alternative to help save the environment

Simple, elegant, efficient. Awesome!

Designer Oscar Lhermitte brings the moon to your fingertips

You can’t get any more lunar than this without leaving the planet.

Birmingham design student crafts cool, fully recyclable furniture — from cow dung

You could say she… manurefactures them.

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.