How to Do a Squat Without Messing Up Your Knees

Squats might be the most important part of your workout and most people have never done one correctly.


These Indigenous Tribes in Nevada Are Embracing Bikeshare

Biking on Indigenous territory can help combat chronic illness and connect youth to the land.


Additive Manufacturing Is Transforming How Engineers Are Approaching Design

Uncovering geometric shapes and patterns that once seemed implausible, this new technology will radically change the look and feel of our vehicles.


We Find Out How Renewable Energy Could Finally Overtake Fossil Fuels

Experts are banking on solar and hydrogen fuel as the future of green energy, but it might not be an easy ride.


How Will Molecular Engineering Shape the Vehicles of Tomorrow?

We learn how programmable matter like replicated shark skin could make the future of air transportation safer.


Will Exoskeletons Give Us Superpowers?

All the strength of a body builder, with none of the body oil. We test out the latest bionic enhancements in the first episode of FLUX.


Stretching Before a Workout Isn't Doing as Much as You Think

But you might want to do it anyway.


Those Belts Meant to Help Your Back Won't Prevent Pain

Here's what you should do instead.


Watch As These Exoskeletons Auto-Adjust To People’s Steps

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon created an algorithm that lets the exoskeleton evolve midstep.


Tell Your Mayor to Support 100 Percent Clean Energy

Mayors and #ReadyFor100 are doubling down on clean energy nationwide.


It's Time to Open Source Moving Vehicles

On Wednesday, Arthur Taylor presented OpenIVI Mobility, a platform for connecting vehicles.


Talking to the Man Who Reinvented the Wheelchair

Pau Bach is the inventor of the 'Batec'—a third wheel attachment for the front of a wheelchair that has revolutionized the lives of disabled people around the world.