A Massive Petrochemical Fire In Texas Released Toxic Benzene Into the Air
A shelter-in-place advisory was issued for thousands of Houston suburb residents after a four-day blaze released chemicals into the air.
Electric School Buses Can Be Backup Batteries For the US Power Grid
American school buses guzzle $3.2B of carcinogen-laden diesel a year, but they could do a lot of good if electrified.
These Canadians Are Building the First Commercial Electric Snowmobile
Taiga Motors’ electric snowmobile goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds.
New Approach to Virtual Reality Shocks You Into Believing Walls Are Real
Haptic feedback device uses electric muscle stimulator to mimic lifting objects and touching walls.
Watch This Guy Turn on a 20,000 Watt Light Bulb
I’m pretty sure this is what it looks like when you die.
Sweden Is Testing an Electric Road for Trucks
The road is part of the country’s plan to have all of its vehicles fossil fuel-free by 2030.
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Photos From the Launch Party for Our "Electric" Documentary With Nozinja, Laura Jones, and Cassian
The South African star and his dancers might've the most unique performers at Williamsburg club Verboten.
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Dirty Beats: Hear Music Generated from Bacteria
The Interspecifics Collective sits on the intersection between nature, science, and art.
Photographer Uses The "Light Of Japan" To Capture Radiant Long Exposures
Takehito Miyatake, winner of the 2014 Nikkei National Geographic Photo Grand Prize, says his photos are inspired by Waka poetry and natural disasters.
The Year In GIFstagrams
Putting everyone's 2013 in a single file.
Tesla is Cash Flow Positive and it's Shipping 200 Electric Cars a Week
A good year ends the best possible way for the pioneering electric carmaker. No wonder Elon looks so happy.
Nanoscale Imaging Just Gave Us a Window Into Why Our Batteries Die So Fast
New nanoscale imaging technology will let researchers pinpoint why the batteries that power our electronics run out of steam so fast.