The Museo Subacuático de Arte, located off the coast of Isla Mujeres in Mexico's Riviera Maya, is the world's largest underwater museum. Composed of over 500 life-sized sculptures, MUSA offers incredible
Japan is a distinctive, innovative place, which is probably why it produces some of the most weirdest damn clothing in the world. When you're looking for strange stuff, you go to Japan, right? Of course.
Gary King, a microbiologist at LSU who studies the most extreme organisms on Earth, can't help but wonder whether our planet's toughest microbes could change the face of Mars Back in April, NASA's Curiosity
Companies Like DroneShield are here to fulfill all of your anti-UAV needs Drones are quickly moving from exotic military technology to mass market gadget thanks to companies such as DJI and 3D Robotics,
Danish government proposes getting rid of the obligation for certain retailers to accept payment in cash The Danish government has proposed getting rid of the obligation for selected retailers to accept
What is the easiest way to learn? David Robson meets a group of scientists and memory champions competing to find techniques that make facts stick... fast. Face to face with the world’s leading memory
Move over, Sriracha: There's a new condiment in town. There's one dish on the menu at NYC's newly reopened Dirt Candy that recently caught the attention of several Bon Appétit staffers: the Korean fried
The post first appeared on Buffer. Whenever I hop onto Facebook to do something specific—find a link I saved for later or see what’s happening on Buffer’s Facebook page, perhaps—something strange happens.
It's #clapbackseason for tech employees Happy International Workers' Day, now tell Twitter what you get paid. A programmer named Lauren Voswinkel first proposed the idea of publicly tweeting your job experience
Losses will accelerate the hotter the planet gets, according to new research. As the planet continues to warm up like a Turkish bath, how many kinds of animals can we expect to perish? Scientists have
Photograph: Nicolas Asfouri/AFP/Getty Images Nepalese police clear rubble at the Narayan temple in Kathmandu. 84 http://media.guim.co.uk/67a4f8efaba970f3381728069a6f95aa5c513e32/0_108_4928_2957/140.jpg
WITHIN THE CONTEXT of Marvel Studios’ larger cinematic gallery, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” looks like the master canvas. Not that the picture has been perfect on the multi-phase journey to “Age of Ultron.”
The Internet of Things has the power to make cities inﬁnitely friendlier for seniors and people with disabilities. Craving more adventure, a couple decide to make a radical life change by becoming full-time
Regularly cited as the father of "high-tech" buildings, Pritzker Prize-winning Italian architect Renzo Piano's designs showcase... Watch us try out an old-school plastic toy that's been reinvented in wood.
Do what everyone else does and you get the results they get. Here are ways to be different -- and achieve differently. Whatever your definition of success (each person's definition of "success" is and
The Cut is back with another installment of 100 Years of Beauty, in which they condense a century’s worth of female beauty, hairstyle, and makeup trends into one fascinating minute. After taking us around
Willard Ahdritz thinks the music industry may be about to err by placing more faith in Apple’s upcoming subscription service Streaming music service Spotify is under pressure from some major labels to