'Women and Wheels' Photos Capture Ladies Who Ride
See female motor vehicle enthusiasts portrayed by Milwaukee-based photographer and motorcyclist Sarah Vaun.
B. David Zarley
Why Is This Still a Thing?
Why Are Can Openers Still a Thing?
We have the technology to just peel cans open, so why don’t we use it?
A 2,000-Marble Instrument Sounds Like a Synth for the Apocalypse
With 3,000 moving parts, the Wintergatan Marble Machine is hand-cranked but has the complexity of a synth.
Physicists Are Turning to Pancake Batter To Combat Loss of Vision
Creating the perfect pancake batter offers new insights into glaucoma.
This 200-Year-Old Windup Gun Is Extravagant
Who needs TV when you have 19th century automatons?
A Little Window of Light: How Mechanics Make Meaning in ‘Prison Architect’
Attempting to understand what really matters to the virtual people inside these giant, horrific, interconnected machines.
Forget Dark Energy: MIT Physicists Have Finally Cracked Overhand Knots
Topology meets shoelaces.
Harnessing 'Spooky Action at a Distance' To Make a Better Battery
Quantum entanglement exploiting 'quantacells' are still a ways off, but here's proof that it works.
Carter Capps Might Be Too Weird For Major League Baseball
No one in baseball pitches the way Carter Capps does, and few relievers have pitched as well. But his bizarre leaping motion might be too weird to be legal.
Choreographed Robots Are Tap Dancing Their Way Through London
We spoke to artist Peter William Holden about his kinetic machines that are dancing their CPUs out at London's Merge Festival.
Watch A Drone Autonomously Land On A Moving Target
Unmanned aerial vehicles are one thing, but what about completely autonomous ones?
Ben Makuck at Motherboard
How Quantum Physics Will Make Online Banking Safer
There’s a whole tier of hackers, serious thieves, who can not only find their way through a maze of code, but can actually tap into the very wires that carry that code from place to place.
Adam Clark Estes