See ya, suckers.
The world’s tallest free-standing clock tower will go up in the southern Indian city of Mysore.
No, it’s not just you—it really is very confusing.
Go out and hug a scientist: They’ve sequenced our enemy’s genome.
Play King Kong from your desk.
How one researcher is using two wheels, a handlebar, and a whole mess of weather equipment to measure urban heat islands.
For the aesthetics nerd in the cubicle next door.
A mesmerizing illustration of shifting demographics in the U.K.
The city’s Late Night Task Force is serious about having a good time.
San Francisco cites the upcoming Super Bowl as an impetus behind employee training programs—though trafficking happens everywhere and anytime.
A snowman in Hell’s Kitchen is a litmus test for post-storm friendliness.
Japanese musician Ei Wada hears tunes in your trashed machines.
The app is a global passport to a roving network of urban bikes.
A Minneapolis dad’s frigid denim installations have embarrassed his daughter, amused his neighbor, and won the Internet.
It still prefers triangles even though the world uses octagons.
The Genoese government is trying to do it in the name of pollution reduction. It’s not going well.
See the generally dignified Westminster Abbey transmuted into a riot of a kaleidoscopic color.
Ride the world’s largest model railway in Hamburg, Germany—without leaving your computer chair.