We would tell you to brew a pot in honor of National Coffee Day today (Sept. 29), but you're probably on your third cup already. So here are 10 more things you can do with the greatest caffeinated beverage.
Over the past decade, international plans to halt climate change have been chiefly focused around a single goal: stopping the world's atmosphere from warming more than 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial
Apple's iOS 8 brought a host of new abilities (and problems) to its mobile operating system. But some of these new features—and some of the holdovers from iOS 7—you might be better off without. RELATED:
As tempting as it is to go sans case to show off your new iPhone 6, you're only one drop away from regretting it. Here, the best cases to protect your iPhone 6 while maintaining status-symbol visibility.
Scientists in China use 4K imaging to make the most gorgeous chemistry videos we've ever seen. Scientists at the University of Science and Technology of China created these up-close movies of chemical
The race to land a man on the Moon in the 1960s dominates narratives of the early space age, but it wasn’t the only time the United States and the Soviet Union were racing to achieve a goal in space. the
High-altitude wind contains enough energy to power the planet. A Boston start-up wants to be the first to bring it down to Earth. Nothing about the grooved, inflatable body taking shape inside Greentown
His brain implants could one day halt epileptic episodes and allow amputees to control prostheses with their minds. Jonathan Viventi spent his early 20s engineering wireless technologies for cellphones.
Snot is way more sophisticated than people give it credit for. The human body pumps out more than a gallon of mucus each day. People tend to dismiss this slippery stuff as waste, but Katharina Ribbeck,
Plus, great shots an Illinois man caught while standing in his backyard Early this morning, Americas time, the moon underwent a total eclipse. The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles trained its telescope
He creates low-cost alternatives to high-tech research equipment. When he was a boy growing up in India, Manu Prakash didn’t have a microscope, but he’d seen drawings of one. Convinced he could build own,
I've posted some of these management gems previously but I've been adding to the list over the years. I can't provide sources for all of them (some came from forum comments) but, based upon the big company
When it comes to creating brand names that really pack a punch, Alexandra Watkins has built a track record that's hard to beat. Some of the particularly memorable names she has created (by way of her Francisco-based
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Bill is responsible for sales at his company and considers himself a tenacious worker. Whenever he discovers a new prospect, he will attempt
Nelson Mandela, who was born in a country that viewed him as a second-class citizen, died Thursday as one of the most respected statesmen in the world. He was 95. President Jacob Zuma announced the death