Urban farming is most certainly the way of the future. However, some of the largest barriers to this style of food production is a lack of space in densely populated cities, and also climate fluctuation.
These boots were made for charging What if you could save the Earth, just by walking on it? That's the idea behind SolePower, which released a new video yesterday. The device is a insole for shoes that
As a tech writer, I can say a lot of nice things about a lot of good gaming headsets, but at the end of the day they can’t all wind up being my main solution when I’m off the clock. You know, the headphones
Talk about serendipity. Einar Enevoldson was strolling past a scientist's office in 1991 when he noticed a freshly printed image tacked to the wall. He was thunderstruck; it showed faint particles in sky
A boring, cold bowl of cereal just won't do for your breakfast. You deserve something warm, wholesome, and satisfying. Whip up a batch of this gluten-free quinoa bake featuring soft, cinnamon-spiced apples;
Until now, solar cells of this kind have been only partially transparent and usually a bit tinted, but these new ones are so clear that they're practically indistinguishable from a normal pane of glass.
If you’ve dreamed about 3D printed cars and 3D printed houses, researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Department of Energy have answered your prayers, Gizmag reports. The team have developed
Meet the startup converting used shipping containers into off-the-shelf, off-the-grid dwellings. The idea of off-the-grid living has a romantic, back-to-nature feel to it—but the reality is significantly
A better kind of factory farm Robots will be the farmers of the future. A company in Japan is building an indoor lettuce farm that will be completely tended by robots and computers. The company, named
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company,Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More
If there’s anything you’ve ever needed to know how to do, from building a birdhouse to tying a bowtie to dressing like a “pastel goth,” you’ve probably ended up on wikiHow. Now, robots are using the user-generated