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The inventors are looking for $1 million to keep testing technology they claim could power the United States three times over.
Two separate studies confirm its loss is inevitable and will cause up to four meters of additional sea-level rise.
The project would include a 200-km tunnel under the Bering Strait and could cost over $200 billion.
Three years and $15 million later, the restored monument will be ready for visitors again this afternoon.
Turkey has plans to heat an entire town with pistachio shells. Why can't that happen in California?
An animation built with georeferenced records of the city's historic road network.
Whenever Sir Richard Branson's "spaceline" is finally ready for business (soon, he says), Truth or Consequences will be the first place to notice.
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Norwegian television has come up with yet another radical concept.
How scientists turned a beetle's unusual defense mechanism into technology.
Its creators claim it can do the work of 1,200 trees.
"It's the holy grail for architects."
A conversation with the mapmaker whose creations circumnavigate the Internet.
The solar-powered EV ARC charger has a key advantage: portability.
San Francisco start-up Sosh delivers the best restaurants, events, and activities to your phone. But can it succeed where daily-deals sites have failed?