There's fun and profit in having giant shredding rotors tear the flesh off deceased vehicles.
An atlas created by students at UC Berkeley shows just how many layers one neighborhood can have.
Police in London want you to help hunt for pick-pocketers with your smart phone. It's an idea with serious flaws.
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
Water conservation tips from ancient cities.
Also, might irradiated zucchini plants alleviate global warming?
Newly released panoramics of the world's most remote outposts.
The Japanese-designed gadget plays the offending speaker's words back to them in a highly irritating way.
The expensive, state of the art facility bears little resemblance to media accommodations for the 1948 "Austerity Games."
A new breed of "greenhawks" may be leading the way toward energy independence.
The U.K. is planning to protect its upcoming Olympics with missiles. Here's where they're shooting from and how far they can fly.
Your waste goes on a magical journey from becoming "mixed liquor" to "sludge cakes," as this photographic tour of Arlington County, Virginia's newly renovated wastewater plant reveals.
The new geography of technology centers.
When major cities embrace climate and energy initiatives, the communities around them inevitably follow.
It may look like a radioactive Chambered Nautilus initiating a cranial death-grip, but the builders of the LumaHelm see a universe of possibility in its bizarre light-shell.
A proto-GPS used punch cards to direct drivers.
No, we have not reached the end of segregation. Something much more complicated is going on.