Scientists Are Taming Endangered Atlantic Bluefin Tuna for Our Sushi
Scientists at the Spanish Institute of Oceanography have spent 15 years trying to domesticate Atlantic bluefin tuna, one of the ocean’s greatest apex predators.
How Companies Are Using Technology to Make Workers 'Happy' in Their Crappy Jobs
Call center jobs are about to get a lot "friendlier," and maybe a lot more creepy too.
This Canadian Startup Can Track Your Emotions Through a Fitness Monitor
Sensaura wants to revolutionize video games, advertising, and more.
How a Canadian Pharmacist Is Planning to Overthrow the Tyranny of Doctors
Roger Simard wants to monitor every patient with smart wearables.
This Diabetes Activist Hacked Her Medical Device and Made an Artificial Pancreas
Activists are hacking medical devices to free the data.
This Silicon Valley Billionaire Wants to Give Us All Robot Bodies
My surreal meeting with robotics pioneer Scott Hassan.
A Canadian Startup Wants to Replace Drone Batteries With a Gas Engine
This range extender could keep drones in the sky for two hours or longer.
Every Catastrophe Ever Devised Has Happened on This Fake Pacific Island
Tsunamis, cyclones, mudslides, pandemics, mining disasters, rebel uprisings, and volcanic eruptions—Krizo has seen it all.
These Bioengineered Tobacco Plants are Growing Pharmaceuticals of the Future
Even though the existing crop of plant-produced drugs is small, there is potential to make virtually any biological drug.
The Best Way to Watch 'Furious 7' is With Lasers on an 8-Storey Screen
Vin Diesel's goofy grin has never looked better.
Forget Dams: Let's Store Extra Energy in Rocks on Trains and Underwater Balloons
Building dams means making lakes, and making lakes means covering lots of stuff with water.
The Building Blocks of Everything
This Gecko-Inspired Wearable Is Based on a Primal Motive for Self-Adornment
Meet the self-tracking smart patch that magically sticks to your skin.