The flimsy pages and patriotic designs betray just how many security measures are hidden inside.
An Italian project maps how climate change is now shifting the nation’s boundaries.
Six states in Europe’s normally passport-free Schengen Area have brought back passport controls. So what’s coming next?
The latest round of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Innovation Teams program encourages cities to find solutions based on data analysis and a human-centered approach.
Will your city go into triage mode, double down on progressive policies, or flex its financial muscle in 2017?
But it’s not the highly coveted numbers cities need. How helpful is the company’s new data tool?
U.K. coal use fell off a cliff in 2016. What comes next is complex, but promising.
A dispatch from the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, where robo-cars were on full display—and predictions about how we’ll use them were flying.
The Facebook founder wants to get out and see more of America in 2017. He should think more carefully about his own back yard.
From mock customer-service scenarios to simulations of technical procedures, VR is branching out in the workplace.
A sampling of city-focused events around the world. This month: housing policy, innovations in design and technology, urban watersheds, and more.
MIT’s Treepedia reveals where the streets are greenest, and which ones could use more work.
After the initial hype fizzled, “Silicon Alley” thrived by playing to the city’s strengths as a financial powerhouse.
A bridge between cyclists and city hall, Amsterdam’s chief bike advocate plans to take her talents abroad in 2017.
For would-be scientists and engineers underrepresented in those fields, interning at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is often a key first step.
Will unmanned aerial vehicles make city life easier, safer, or just weirder?
Discarded Christmas trees will be transformed into plant food, biofuel, and carbon sinks—but that’s just the beginning.
In South Texas, the Mission Economic Development Corporation is taking an unusually hands-on role to raise the STEAM skills of its current—and future—workforce.
A new study shows that trees in the Boston region grow faster and store more carbon as biomass the closer they are to developed areas.