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Voices

A Public Meeting Could Be What Helps Save the Contaminated Hudson River

The August 9 meeting in NYC will address the clean-up of cancer-causing PCBs dumped in the Hudson for decades.
Ned Sullivan
8.7.17
gmo

This Documentary Wants to Teach People About GMOs, But Experts Call It Propaganda

“We’re pro-science and we’re anti-fringe,” says ‘Food Evolution’ director Scott Hamilton Kennedy—but his critics are calling him a corporate shill.
Alex Swerdloff
6.30.17
Comment

The Fate of 'America's First River' Is the Focus of New Film Series

The Hudson Valley, known as the birthplace of the American environmental movement, faces an uncertain future as the risk of irreparable damage is high.
Jon Bowermaster
6.2.17
rice

Report Says GMOs Are Safe But Won't Solve World Hunger

A committee set up by the National Academy of Science poured over more than 900 research publications investigating the effects of genetic meddling in corn, soybean, and cotton. Their results were counterintuitive, to say the least.
Nick Rose
5.18.16
tech

Techies Want to Reinvent How We Cook

A new generation of chefs and home cooks are embracing the principles of maker culture and applying them in the kitchen, going well beyond simple food hacks.
Ashlie Stevens
10.6.15
Los Angeles

GE's New 'UFO' Dome Promises to Make Wind Turbines More Powerful

A new dome-shaped add-on to wind turbines may help them generate more power and bring construction costs down in the process.
Brian Merchant
6.5.15
News

What Do London's Young Homeless Voters Think About the General Election?

Homelessness has risen by 55 percent in the UK since David Cameron became prime minister. We asked a number of homeless young Brits for their thoughts on how the country's being run.
Benjamin Butterworth
4.15.15
Art

How Holograms Will Help Us See the Invisible

[SPONSORED] The very idea of their existence has captured sci-fi writers’ imaginations for decades.
Invention Factory
3.18.15
medicine

These Next Gen CT Scanners Makes 3D Animations of the Inside of Your Body

They can produce animated images, too.
Kaleigh Rogers
1.10.15
Culture

A Brief History of Jeff Goldblum as Our Quirky Tech Pitchman

Somehow, the guy who played "The Fly" became the most reliable (and most drunken) tech pitchman.
ALEX PASTERNACK
10.6.14
Music

Matthew Dear's New Track Is Made From the Sounds of GE Machines

Listen to "Drop Science," a track crafted entirely from samples of machines recorded at GE's Global Research Center.
Michael Byrne
8.27.14
Motherboard Blog

Good News: There's a Robo-Rock Band Race Going On

Do androids scream of electric sheep?
Ben Richmond
11.8.13